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Not telling consumers about this behavior has nothing to do with "transparency." If Apple were to point out every little detail about how iOS works it would be too long for anyone to actually read. This isn't a "feature" nor is it a fault. Electronic devices in general are not going to function as optimally when their power source weakens. That's the way electronics work. The fact that they had to make this compromise in order to keep the phone running smoothly (even if a little slower) is a much better solution than just letting the phone crash all the time. My car battery weakens over time too and eventually can't start my car any more. At that point I have to get a new battery, that's just life.
softeky said:I'm running 10.12.6 (Sierra) but Security and Privacy says: "Unlock your Mac not supported with your Apple Watch." "Update your Mac's software to allow your Apple Watch to unlock your Mac".
The watch is a non-LTE, series 3, running iOS 4.0 (also up to date).
I don't see an update to Sierra for this feature on Series 3 and I am going to wait on High-Sierra until its issues are better solved.