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Two popular Apple Watch models are facing problems with their Power Reserve mode. The Apple Watch Series 5 and Apple Watch SE are experiencing problems while charging while entering the Power Reserve. Apple has issued a statement providing a decision for users facing this issue.
The company’s support page says that very few members are affected by the aforementioned problem. Currently, Apple Watch Series 5 and Apple Watch SE users working on watchOS 7.2 or 7.3 are facing problems with their free watch after logging into the Power Reserve.
The company has written a number of user instructions for this issue. To find out how to view your Apple Watch model the user will need to open the Apple Watch app on his iPhone, then tap on the My Watch tab, then tap General> About. In the Model field the user should be able to see the part number starting with “M.” Once users have taped into the Model field, they should see a field update to show a five-digit number starting with “A.” This is the model number.
To see which watchOS clock works, open the Watch app on your iPhone, or the Settings app on your Apple Watch. Tap General> About, and check the version number.
For problems with the smartwatch, set your watch on a charger that you use regularly, and wait at least 30 minutes. If your Apple Watch has not yet paid, contact Apple Support to set up an email configuration, which the company says is free. The watch will be tested before the service to determine if it is eligible for free repair.
Alternatively, Apple claims to have released watch OS 7.3.1, which prevents this problem from happening on other Apple Watch Series 5 or Apple Watch SE devices. The company recommends that users update their Apple Watch to get all the latest bug fixes and security enhancements.