Apple Watch Series 6 is at the production stage and probably it will launch alongside iPhone 12, later this year. Although Apple Watch 6 is still a few months away from launch, various leaks reveal its features and help us to have insights on the watch. Various leakers like Nikias Molina and analyst Jon Prosser provide mores stuff about the upcoming Apple Watch. Last year Apple Watch 5 had released with some incredible and innovative features. the users are now expecting more advanced features from the upcoming wearable.
Apple Watch 6 will run on WatchOS 7 and may offer features like Sleep Tracking, longer battery life, S6 chip, Pulse Oximeter, and mental health abnormalities detection feature. Beta version of the WatchOS 7 already informed that this year Apple Watch will be equipped with Sleep tracking and blood oxygen monitoring. Integrated sleep tracking feature will enable users to properly monitor their sleep cycle and quality.
Apple Watch Series 6 finally comes with Sleep & SpO2 tracking
Blood oxygen monitoring is also called SpO2 monitoring and enables users to know the blood oxygen saturation level. The watch could warn users in case their blood oxygen drops below certain concentrations. And the Pulse Oximeter helps to detect breathing abnormalities during sleep. Apple Watch 6 will also help you to manage a state of stress or anxiety as it comes with mental health abnormalities detection function. It provides proactive and nearly live feedback to help users to manage their stress.
EXCLUSIVE leaks about the upcoming #AppleWatch Series 6 features.
💤 Sleep Tracking
🔋 Longer Battery Life
❤️ Pulse Oximeter
⚡️ S6 Chip
🧠 Mental Health Abnormalities Detection
Stay tuned for more. pic.twitter.com/fN0j6xmOMA
— Nikias Molina 🍋 (@NikiasMolina) April 30, 2020
Incorporation of S6 chip into Apple Watch 6 may result in the improvement of power efficiency. The watch will probably get extended battery life with more juice. It has to compete with Samsung Galaxy Watch 2 which has scheduled to release at the same time period. The rumors also suggest that Apple Watch 6 will switch to a microLED display from an OLED display, making it the slimmer and more efficient device. The latest patent also shows the on-body optical sensor resulting in the dropout of Digital Crown.