In iOS 14, a new “Sleep Mode” will appear. What is known?

Before the presentation of iOS 14 and other operating systems, there was very little left, which means that a lot of new information awaits us all week. However, enough is known about the system: back in March, 9to5Mac received an early build of the system and told a lot of details, we gathered everything in one piece:


iOS 14 and iPadOS 14: what is known about the new systems two weeks before the presentation?

In iOS 14, a new “Sleep Mode” will appear. What is known?

Kostya Baranov

June 8, 2020

According to new data from the Fudge insider, "Sleep mode" will appear in iOS 14 and watchOS 7. How will it work?

Everything is simple and not much different from the “Do Not Disturb” mode or the current “Sleep Mode”, except that detailed analytics will be available, how long and how well you sleep. This is one of the problems of the current “Sleep Mode” – there is little data and clumsy work: if you use the device at night, the smartphone still believes that you are sleeping, and the schedule does not change.

If you activate the "Sleep mode" in iOS 14, the lock screen becomes dark and stops notifying about incoming messages and calls, you will receive notifications only about emergency messages.

In iOS 14, a new “Sleep Mode” will appear. What is known?You can monitor your sleep with Apple Watch now, there are plenty of third-party applications

For those who don’t remove the Apple Watch at night, the new mode will also be useful: the set alarms will be played only on the watch, and notifications will still not come (except for emergency ones). It is not clear whether the watch will track the phases of sleep and activate the alarm at the right time. It seems to me that such a chip may appear in the new Apple Watch Series 6, for which a new sensor will be introduced. And what, all in the spirit of Apple.

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