In this busy life, or specifically work life, the sleep pattern of a person is of utmost importance. So imagine a way in which you could track your sleep; and that is exactly what an Apple Watch does!
Sleep Tracking Now In Apple Watch
After a lot of rumors and speculations, on the 2nd of September, 2019, this fascinating new app got it’s official recognition.
Apple Watch has been available via a variety of third-party apps, but Apple has never provided its own sleep tracking feature. It’s not clear if the sleep tracking will be available on all Apple Watch models.
Basically, while asleep, the Apple Watch will track the user’s quality of sleep using its multiple sensors and inputs; including the person’s movement, heart rate, and noises. Data about the user’s quality of sleep will be made available in the Health app and a new Sleep app for the Apple Watch.
This feature is currently known as “Burrito” code named internally and called “Time in Bed tracking”. The company has learned from sources inside Apple that the company is working on sleep tracking for the Apple Watch; which won’t require any special hardware to work. The new feature could be announced as early as next week when the company is expected to announce the next generation iPhones and possibly a revised Apple Watch with titanium and ceramic options.
More Insight –
One of the issues with wearing an Apple Watch while your sleeping, is that many users choose to charge their Apple Watch at night. Apple thought about this and developed a feature that will remind users to charge their Watch beforehand so they can get through the night.
When wearing the Watch during bedtime, if the user wakes up and starts their day before their alarm goes off, it will automatically turn off the alarm. The alarm will also play only on Apple Watch, using the iPhone as a backup. There will also be an option to use a silent alarm that only vibrates the Apple Watch. The new bedtime system will enable Do Not Disturb automatically when the user goes to bed. There will also be a new complication available for this kind of tracking.