We may earn a commission for purchases made using our links.

It seems that the battery of the upcoming Apple Watch Series 6 has appeared at the Korea Testing and Research Institute. The battery was then found and posted by Twitter user @yabhishekhd, and it reveals the battery size of Apple’s wearable.

The Korea Testing and Research Institute has issued a certification for a 1.17Wh battery with 303.8mAh capacity on June 23. This certification is allegedly for the upcoming Apple Watch Series 6, because of the battery’s shape, size, and model number A2327. The Apple Watch Series 5 has a 296mAh battery capacity with model number A2181, and they are both visually identical. The battery is listed in the “fitness” category, which would be adequate for an Apple Watch.

The new Apple Watch Series 6 could improve the 18-hour battery life that comes with the Series 5. It is also supposed to feature blood oxygen monitoring, better water resistance, and enhanced wireless transmission.

Source MacRumors

Via Twitter

You May Also Like
Apple Watch Cellular vs GPS: What’s the difference?
What extra convenience you get when you buy a GPS + Cellular variant of the Apple Watch, and what compromises you need to make?
Best Docking Stations for MacBook Pro and other Macs in 2020
Looking for a MacBook Pro docking station? Here’s our selection of the best options ranging from compact variants to beasts that can drive two 4K displays.
Fresh leak again mentions Apple Watch SE, reveals details of Apple’s upcoming iPads
The 4th Gen iPad Air will reportedly feature a USB Type-C port and the A14 processor, while the 8th Gen iPad will stick with Lightning port.