Apple Watch 6 Blood Oxygen Monitoring Feature

Remigio Civitarese
Agosto 2, 2020

There has been discussion of incorporating such technology in the Apple Watch since the very first model.

If you are thinking of buying a smart watch for Christmas, the best option you will have on the market will be the Apple Watch Series 6, and more considering that two great expected features have been leaked that this smart watch will have, such as the sleep tracking and a blood oxygen sensor.

We've heard whispers before about blood oxygen monitoring coming to the Apple Watch 6, plus watchOS 7 hinted it's in the pipeline, but this is the most credible report about the metric we've seen yet.

The report says that Taiwan's ASE has got major SiP orders for the forthcoming Apple Watch.

According to a new report from DigiTimes, the Apple Watch Series 6 will not only gain the ability to detect blood oxygen, but may also include improved sensors across the board, although the details remain a bit unclear, since of the biosensors mentioned by sources, only blood oxygen seems to be particularly new. "Blood oxygen monitoring is an important feature because a drop in blood oxygen levels can suggest a serious respiratory or cardiac problem that requires immediate medical attention". The publication further adds that the Apple Watch Series 6 will be able to detect blood oxygen. What are your thoughts on the upcoming Apple Watch Series 6?

Blood Oxygen monitoring estimates the amount of oxygen in your blood.

Making sure the balance of oxygen-saturated blood is at the correct levels is crucial to a person's health. 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.

With a feature called SchoolTime, parents could even determine what apps can be used at what times to limit distractions in the classroom. According to 9to5Mac, the ring system (used for activity tracking) would be based on different metrics.

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