In the online-only WWDC event today, Apple took the wraps off its new mobile OS, watchOS 7.
It brings up the sleep tracking on Apple’s smartwatch, with a chart of the weekly sleep trends, and all of that.
The Wind-Down ” mode, you can create a custom pre-bed routine has been the Apple Watch and the iPhone, in particular the scenes inside the Home, app, play, relaxing soundscapes or your favorite meditation app.
In the Sleep mode, the Apple Watch will automatically activate the “do Not Disturb” and it dims the screen at night. In order to help you wake up, there is a silent, physical alarms, or the soft sounds from which to choose, and it’s a wake-up-display shows your current battery charge level. Speaking of which, will be based on your sleep patterns, and if the watch thinks that the battery charge is too low for your sleep, it will nudge you to charge it before you go to sleep at night.
As with hand washing, so that, by 2020, the Apple Watch will automatically get the hand-washing detection watchOS 7. As soon as it detects that you are doing it, it will be the start of a 20-second timer, and when you’re done with it in the beginning, you will be asked to do. The Apple Watch can also remind you to wash your hands when you get home. What’s more is that the Health app is the start of the track and your hand to wash, too, both in terms of frequency and duration.
On the fitness side, you get four types of training: core training, dance, functional strength training, and cool-down. The Activity app for the apple iPhone, it is now called the Gym, and it was re-designed with a streamlined view of the data, including the day to day operations, training, awards, and activities and to identify trends in a single tab, while the activity and competition of living in a different tab.
watchOS 7 allows you to share and look at the faces, it also offers a unique combination of the “infinitely customizable, and personalized faces. Developers will be able to have more than one complication, as per application on a single face of the watch.
According to the World Health Organization’s recommendations for the Apple Watch runs watchOS 7, it will notify you when you can be the 100% of the safe weekly and listen to media in your headphones into your iPhone, iPod touch, or Apple Watch, to the point where you go over that amount, you will begin to see the impact on your hearing over time. The WHO guidelines state that you can be exposed to 80 db for approximately 40 hours per week, without having a negative impact on their work. The Health of the app and see how long you have been exposed to high decibel levels in a week.
In addition,, cycling directions are available on the wrist, Siri can translate languages for you and your Apple Watch, and there are a whole bunch of new mobility metrics that are available in the Health app, including a low-range of cardio fitness, speed, and stair-descent, speed, and many others.
The first developer beta of watchOS 7 will be up later today. For the first time, there will be a public beta, which will go out next month. watchOS 7, it will run on Apple Watches in one of a Series of 3 or more.