Apple will supposedly to present its new Apple Watch 6 during the current year. The company isn’t looking to push back its launch following widespread Covid-19. A rumor suggested some features added to upcoming Apple Watch. It will have touch ID, sleep tracking, and blood oxygen level monitoring. An Israeli website The Verifier and YouTube channel iupdate aren’t among the very best sources when it comes to Apple leaks. But, we consider these leaks with a little bit of skepticism. It is noteworthy that blood oxygen saturation monitoring has already been tipped for the next Apple Watch. These addition features including sleeping tracking were spotted in early iOS 14 code and could well be on the way.
Most Apple patents are exploring the idea of Touch ID on Apple’s wearable, but it isn’t expected in the near future. It is still unclear whether any potential fingerprint reader would be built into the watch screen or the digital crown at the side. Some sources inside The Verifier and iupdate have informed unsurprisingly, there’s going to be no change in the shape of the Apple Watch for the foreseeable future. So, we won’t be seeing a circular model any time soon. Moreover, the demands of watch OS-7 are likely to be too much for the Apple Watch Series 2.
Point to be noted that Apple wants to support products with software updates for 5-years, but the rumor said the Series 2 is going to get dropped this time around and left on watch OS-6. The only other bit of advance information we get from this leak is that watch OS-7 is going to be a major upgrade. Sleep tracking, blood oxygen monitoring, and Touch ID would certainly qualify as big as far as we’re concerned. It is certain that we’ll see more and more of this type of functionality added years ago, by with health and fitness features such a major selling point for the Apple Watch series.