Fatima Ait Talib – Dubai – There is growing evidence that the upcoming WatchOS 7 system will feature sleep tracking and blood oxygen monitoring. This has been circulated in the past, but now other sources confirm to us that these new features are already coming.
This clearly indicates that the new Apple Watch Series 6 smart watch will support these features, but the WatchOS 7 system will also be released for old watches. However, reports claim that Apple Watch Series 3 and later versions will get the new update, which means that support for Apple Watch Series 1 and Apple Watch Series 2 will end.
It seems that the blood oxygen monitoring feature has the support of the equipment used in the old hours as iFixit discovered in 2015, but this feature has not yet been included in the operating system. So this feature may not be exclusive to the new watch.
The sleep tracking feature is available for old hours through many applications, but the only limit is that the watch battery needs to be charged once per day and most people do this during the night. Apple Watch Series 6 and WatchOS 7 may have less battery use to accommodate sleep tracking.
Additional features expected to be part of the WatchOS 7 update include some improvements to Siri PDA, Kids Mode, Workout Modes and Watch Face. The new watch may also include the Touch ID fingerprint sensor.
These were the details of the news of more sources confirming the arrival of the sleep tracking feature and the feature of monitoring blood oxygen for the Apple Watch for this day. We hope that we have succeeded by giving you the full details and information.
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