Apple Watch Metal-Can Battery

The Innovative Solution for Wearable Devices

Apple Watch Metal Can Battery

Dive deep into the heart of your Apple Watch with our exclusive webinar, "Understanding the Apple Watch Metal-Can Battery: Design, Characterization, and Cycle Life," featuring TechInsights' Subject Matter Expert, Ali Khazaeli.

Discover the evolution of Apple's groundbreaking "metal-can" battery, first introduced with the Series 5 in 2019 and seamlessly integrated into subsequent smaller watch models, including the Ultra/Ultra 2 series. What sets this battery apart, and why has Apple chosen to embrace its unique design despite potential cost implications?

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The Apple Watch is one of the most popular and advanced wearable devices in the market. But what makes it so special?

One of the key features is the metal-can battery technology. In this webinar, you will learn how the metal-can battery works, what models use it, and what benefits it brings to the Apple Watch users. You will also get detailed analysis by experts on the cell structure, materials, electrochemical characteristics, and cyclic life of the metal-can battery. Finally, you will discover the prospects and challenges of this innovative technology and how it can shape the wearable industry.

This webinar is ideal for anyone who is interested in the Apple Watch battery technology, whether you are a user, a developer, a researcher, or a competitor. You will gain valuable knowledge and insights that will help you understand and optimize your device performance and battery life.

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn more about the Apple Watch metal-can battery. Register now and join us on December 13, 2023, for this informative and engaging webinar.


About the Speakers

Ali Khazaeli

Ali Khazaeli

Dr. Ali Khazaeli is a subject matter expert for battery at TechInsights, with over 10 years of experience in the development, fabrication, and characterization of batteries for both consumer electronics and automotive. He holds a Ph.D. from Queen’s University and has led an exploratory research project into the applications of advanced materials for batteries and supercapacitors.

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