WatchOS 7 Will Bring SpO2, Sleep Tracking, Kids Mode to Apple Watch Series 6

The leaked code of iOS 14 has revealed some of the key features of the upcoming WatchOS 7 version. The latest version will bring all the essential functions users were waiting since the launch of Apple Watch Series 4. The first significant feature is the sleep tracking – the native sleep monitoring for all supported Apple Watches. At the beginning of last year, a Sleeping app had found in the App Store inside the other app. Finally, these most expensive watches should be getting the SpO2 function that recently released for Fitbit wearables.

Apple said in 2015 that the Apple Watches soon get blood oxygen monitoring function on all the supported devices, but still, all the users are waiting for it. It should be on the Apple Watch in the first place though now it seems Apple Watch Series 6 will be the first watch to get it. Until now, iPhone users are using sleep tracking & blood oxygen saturation by using other smartwatches & fitness trackers, and now it is going to change.

WatchOS 7 Features

The eagle-eyed team of 9to5Mac has revealed Kids Mode or parental lock is also coming in WatchOS 7 that gives parents all control of their kid’s Apple Watch. The next WatchOS 7 will improve the battery life that should run longer on a single charge. As the Apple event is coming near, we may see more leaks for Apple Watch Series 6 & new WatchOS version.

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