Apple launched watchOS 7.3.1 on Monday, and it could help fix an issue that avoids some Apple Watch Series 5 or SE smartwatches from charging while in the battery-saving Power Reserve Mode. Even the software upgrade may not fix the problem, according to Apple. If it does not, the business will repair your look for complimentary.

” An extremely small number of consumers with Apple Watch Series 5 or Apple Watch SE models running watchOS 7.2 or 7.3 have experienced an issue with their watch not charging after it goes into Power Reserve,” Apple says in a support file. If your Apple Watch still will not charge after setting up the upgrade and after you put it on a charger for at least 30 minutes, the company asks that you get in touch with Apple Support to establish a free mail-in repair work. The company will need to inspect your watch to “confirm that it’s eligible for free repair work.”

The watchOS 7.3.1 update is available for download now.


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