Apple Watch Series 6 will measure blood oxygen levels
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Apple Watch Series 6 will measure blood oxygen levels

DigiTimes, which publishes many rumors about unannounced Apple products, has shared new information about the Apple Watch Series 6 smart watch, which is due to be presented this fall.

According to the newspaper, the new watch will be equipped with a sensor that measures the level of oxygen in the blood. It's no secret that Apple is betting heavily on health and sports: every year the watch is able to take more and more indicators, and you don't always need to buy a new watch for this – watchOS 7 comes out with sleep tracking in the fall, the update will be available to owners of previous generations of watches.

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The appearance of a new sensor was known back in March, but that was in the code of the leaked iOS 14 beta, and now the information came from the suppliers of new sensors.

Technically, an optical sensor can also monitor the level of oxygen in the blood, but the readings will not be as accurate when compared to a separate sensor for this case. Not Apple at all!

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