Support for quick charging is one of the few new features of the Apple Watch Series 7, which results in a 33 percent faster charge time when compared to the Apple Watch Series 6. Fast charging, according to Apple, requires a new USB-C connector (which is now included in the box), although MagSafe Duo owners may not be able to use this feature.
When using the new USB-C fast charging cable, Apple claims that the new Apple Watch Series 7 can charge from 0 to 80% in 45 minutes. On its website, the business also claims that 8 minutes of charging gives 8 hours of sleep monitoring, which is a significant improvement given that the Apple Watch battery still doesn’t last more than a day.
Before the Series 7 introduction, Apple had already given a 0,3m USB-C cable for Apple Watch. However, the business claims that the cable that supports fast charging is a new 1-meter version, thus it’s unclear whether the prior USB-C cable supports this capability. Apple is now selling the new 1-meter Apple Watch Magnetic Fast Charger to USB-C cable separately for $29. And, just with the Apple Watch Series 6, none of the current Apple Watch models feature a power adaptor.