Published: Tue, September 03, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Next Apple Watch may come with sleep tracking feature

Next Apple Watch may come with sleep tracking feature

It has been one of the most requested features since the launch of the original watch, and there is now a sliver of hope that we all may get to see a glimpse of what Apple's plans are for the feature at its September event. When going to bed, the Watch will automatically turn on Do Not Disturb mode.

The report says the Apple Watch will monitor the quality of sleep by using the sensors on the smartwatch to track the user's movements, heart rate, and noises. This sleep tracking feature will not require separate hardware to work.

Most Apple Watch users probably charge their devices during the night, which is the most convenient time for it.

Watch variants eligible for screen replacement service, include 38mm and 42mm aluminium Apple Watch Series 2, Apple Watch Nike+ Series 2, Apple Watch Series 3 with GPS, Apple Watch Series 3 with GPS+Cellular, Apple Watch Nike+ Series 3 with GPS and Apple Watch Nike+ Series 3 GPS + Cellular models.

First Deaths From Hurricane Dorian Confirmed in Bahamas
Even if Dorian does not make landfall on the Atlantic Coast, the storm's hurricane-force winds extend 56 kilometers to the west. Towns and cities can still expect up to 25 centimeters of rain, life-threatening flash floods, and some tornadoes.

According to code that 9to5Mac found, Apple is bringing sleep tracking to the Apple Watch.

Apple has always been rumored to be adding sleep tracking to the Apple Watch, and those rumors only increased after the they acquired Beddit, a sleep monitor company back in 2017. Fortunately, it seems that Apple is finally satisfied with an option that will allow even existing Apple Watches to offer that feature without requiring new hardware. Naturally, Apple will also add some fine details like stopping an alarm if you wake up before it goes off, as well as providing options for a more gentle wake-up by only vibrating the Watch.

If you are a heavy Apple Watch user, you must be aware of the fact that Apple Watch will be dead by the time you go to sleep because of poor battery life.

He believes that Apple would also gradually increase the proportion of LG's supply of OLED displays for iPhones and tap Chinese manufacturer BOE as an additional supplier, in a bid to diversify its supply chain.

Like this: