Thursday, 17 October, 2019

Unannounced Apple Watch Sleep app referenced by the Alarms app

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Cecil Davis | 11 October, 2019, 16:51

However, Apple could be preparing to address the main criticism - the lack of a sleep tracking feature - with the release of a standalone Sleep application for the device. A Sleep app would likely track sleep patterns and wake you up at the best time in your sleep cycle before your alarm, like other apps do, The Verge reported. Now a screenshot, courtesy of 9to5mac, of the Alarms app is directly referencing a particular Sleep app, which means that it should be well on its way.

The Sleep feature was not included in the Apple Watch as of the iOS 13 update.

App Store screenshots have revealed an as-yet-unannounced Sleep app for Apple Watch.

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Eagle-eyed MacRumors reader Daniel Marcinkowski recently noticed a screenshot on the App Store for Apple's Alarms app that includes a "Sleep" label and descriptive text that makes reference to a "Sleep app".

The Apple Watch Series 5 may be the latest in wearables today, but Series 4 is king when it comes to discounted prices. Apple was supposed to launch the Watch Series 5 with Sleep tracking but that did not happen. This feature is already available on the iPhone but not on the Apple Watch. Meanwhile, Apple has released watchOS 6 bringing in more features for the existing lineup as well. A screenshot was found which shows the Sleep app's interface and its features.

Bloomberg previously posted a long report on what it expects for Apple to announce with iOS 13, watchOS 6 and macOS 10. It sounds like you can tell the app when you will go to bed and get up, and we would guess that it must offer some sort of sleep tracking as well. Wednesday assume only one or two of the latest generations of Apple Watch will support the feature at all.