Apple will unveil a wide range of electronic devices over the coming months, and the first event to arrive, presumably in September, will not only bring back a new line of iPhone, but also the long-awaited new version of its famous smart watch.
If you are thinking of buying a smart watch for Christmas, the best option you will have on the market will be the Apple Watch Series 6, and more considering that two great expected features have been leaked that this smart watch will have, such as the sleep tracking and a blood oxygen sensor.
Rumors of a circular watch face on the Apple Watch have been making the rounds for a few years now, and Apple has even issued a couple of Apple Watch patents that show what a round display could look like. The Series 6 will run Apple's watchOS 7.
The website reports that its sources say the next-generation Apple Watch's new features are the result of close collaboration between Apple and Taiwanese company ASE Technology, which has reportedly obtained major backend orders for the device.
This would be good timing, because some doctors are recommending pulse oximeter devices to monitor COVID-19 symptoms, and people have begun buying pulse oximeters during the coronavirus pandemic. The oxygen saturation level is generally above 95% in healthy adult and Apple could automatically inform users when the level drops below that so that they can seek timely medical help. The upcoming Apple Watch Series 6 could track your sleep accurately in the future. This was further corroborated by code found in internal iOS 14 builds that hinted this feature.
That said, this wouldn't be the first time that Apple has delayed announcing a new watchOS feature until a new Apple Watch model is released. According to 9to5Mac, the ring system (used for activity tracking) would be based on different metrics. The Watch will also encourage kids to keep moving by offering virtual rewards when they take part in sports or outdoor activities. They can identify a panic attack before it happens and warn you on your watch.
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