does keeping the ipod nano on the clock app kill the battery? how long does it last?
- Asked by Sebastian S from Temecula
- Dec 30, 2010
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3 Answers from the Community
The watch only comes on when you press the power button. After 20 seconds the display dims and then 40 seconds later it switches off.
Therefore, only a tiny amount of power is being used.
I have a 16GB Nano. After a full charge, and without using it as a music player at all, the battery lasted 4 days exactly (96 hours) until the battery meter turned red.
It last a further 52 hours until the Nano stopped responding and asked to be attached to a power source.
I pressed the button to view the watch screen about fifteen times per day.
So in total, on a full charge you'll get just over 6 days of use as a watch, without using it for music.
- Answered by Simon S from Nyack
- Jan 15, 2011
it can't stay on the clock app, after 20sec it dims and after 40sec it automatically goes to sleep.
- Answered by Ian H from Melbourne
- Mar 19, 2011
yes,but not so much
- Answered by Ubaid A
- May 1, 2012