Monday, 03 August, 2020

Apple Watch Series 6 to Include Blood Oxygen Monitoring, Claims Report

Antevisão do watchOS 6- Apple Report: Apple Watch Series 6 will support blood oxygen level monitoring and sleep tracking
Cecil Davis | 02 August, 2020, 13:53

However, the fact that Fitbit was able to add it through a software update understandably led to the expectation that Apple should be able to do the same thing with prior Apple Watch models as well. Apple Watch runs on WatchOS and again this is the most stable OS for watches and you will only see this OS in Apple watches.

Apple Watch Series 6 reportedly will come with a blood oxygen sensor capable of measuring the amount of oxygen being carried by a wearer's red blood cells.

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.

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The report also states that Apple's supplier ASE Technology has managed to win the majority of Apple Watch Series 6 orders from the company this year.

According to previous reports, the Watch will send out a notice when it spots blood oxygen listed below a specific level. 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. If blood oxygen levels are too low, your body may not work correctly. This was further corroborated by code found in internal iOS 14 builds that hinted this feature. Rather than give their kids an iPhone, parents looking to stay connected with their kids could set up a second Apple Watch (completely separate from their own) using their iPhone and Apple ID as the host.

‌Apple Watch‌ Series 6 models, which are in development for a fall launch, are rumored to feature faster performance, better water resistance and improved wireless transmission for faster Wi-Fi and cellular speeds. According to 9to5Mac, the ring system (used for activity tracking) would be based on different metrics. This rumor was also mentioned in the April 30 leak, which referenced "Mental Health Abnormalities Detection".