Apple Watch 6

We are expecting the Apple Watch 6 and the iPhone 12 to be announced together in September this year. And some leaks and new information on the smartwatch have already appeared online.

Apple Watch 6 Blood Oxygen Monitor

Measuring the level of oxygen in the blood can be an excellent indicator of respiratory problems and other health issues. Especially during this pandemic which doesn’t seem to pass. The idea is that it would work like the electrocardiogram feature already on Apple Watch 5 models. It is very reliable and it is warning you about potential problems ahead of time, so you should visit a specialist.

 


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Starting with the report from the well-known Chinese outlet DigiTimes, which says the upcoming smartwatch will indeed have a blood oxygen sensor packed in.

To make things even more reliable, according to 9to5Mac, such a sensor has already been spotted in the watchOS 7 beta. Obviously Apple wouldn’t be able to announce such feature until the presentation of the actual hardware.

Apple Watch 6 Battery Leaks

In a separate leak, MySmartPrice has noticed 3 small batteries with capacities of 262.9mAh, 265.9mAh and 303.8mAh appearing through the South Korean regulatory process. Those differing sizes most probably line up with different sizes and models for the new Apple Watch 6.

The Apple Watch 5 models all come with a 296mAh battery. But take into account the optimizations and efficiency improvements that Apple manages to pull off each year. That means the battery life on the Apple Watch 6 will be at least as good if not a little better when compared to the Apple Watch 5.

We should find out for sure in the next few months as September 8th seems to be the most plausible date for the launch of both devices.

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