The 9to5Mac team has revealed an impressive feature of watchOS 7, which is expected to be available to users with iOS 14. According to the statements made by the platform, watchOS 7 will have an advanced sleep tracking feature.
US-based technology giant Apple is currently working on new technologies to be announced in the coming months. The company will make important announcements as part of the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), which it plans to hold in June. One of these comments will be iOS 14.
The 9to5Mac team has been demonstrating what technologies Apple will be offering in the near future through the iOS 14 preview they have acquired for several days. According to the new statements made by the platform, watchOS 7, which is expected to come with iOS 14, will also offer important features for users. 9to5Mac now shows a very important feature of watchOS 7.
According to the statements made by the platform, watchOS 7 will come with an advanced sleep tracking feature. This feature reveals that Apple Watch can finally track sleep. In this way, consumers will be able to follow details about the level of sleep quality and take various measures in this context. Not only with the sleep tracking feature, the 9to5Mac team revealed another feature that will make parents happy on watchOS 7.
According to information, parents will be able to configure an Apple Watch for their children using their own iPhone. The Apple Watch in question will work integrated with an iCloud account that will be created for the child who will use the watch, not the associated iPhone. This way, parents will be able to better control their child’s Apple Watch experience.
There are still a lot of features to discover about a new generation Apple Watch and watchOS 7, but our current presence in March reveals that the World Developers Conference is still a long time. Because Apple usually holds the WWDC conference in June. So we need to wait a little longer to learn about Apple’s innovations.