Sleep tracking is one of the most awaited features in Apple Watches. In the recent launch of Apple iPhone XS, it was expected that the company might introduce the sleep tracking with its WatchOS update or with a new watch launch.
Now it is again in rumors that the Apple Watch is getting the most anticipated feature of sleep tracking with the recent launches of new models. It is also in a trend that the new feature will be marked as “Time in Bed tracking.” And this would require a user to wear the Apple Watch while sleeping too.
9to5Mac reported on Monday in the news that Apple is now adding the sleep tracking feature in its Watch. And the feature could be announced at Apple’s September 10 event. Some reports also hint that this feature would require a Watch based application which will later help the software or hardware to record night activities like movement, heart rate, and noises. And the data will also be available in the prominent iOS health app.
On the coming Tuesday, i.e., on September 10, Apple is expected to announce its upcoming smartphones, namely iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max. And with the launch of these smartphones, Apple will launch the latest and upgraded version of Apple Watch.
This is still not clear whether this sleep tracking feature will work in the latest Watch or this will work in the older ones too with a feature update.
This feature could add more values to the Apple Watch, and this would entice more users to buy Apple Watch along with their iPhones. As we all know that Apple is a company which is well-known for its innovations, so there’s a strong possibility of the launch of the next Apple Watch with this unique feature of sleep tracking.