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I see from Mactracker that a new battery has a capacity of 205 mAh (38mm Apple Watch Series 1). For the MBP and iPhones I have used coconutBattery to show the decay in battery capacity over the lifetimes. Is there a similar tool for the watch?

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  • Nobody? Is there perhaps an API call? I might be able to install my own mini App for it. – Jurgenfd May 3 '17 at 17:49
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No - neither is there a public API for apps to do this on any iOS device. Clearly there are private API (heres one version for iOS / not watchOS) and occasionally someone slips an app by review knowing full well that's against the rules - but they generally get pulled quickly or fail to work / crash.

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