Apple Announces Apple Watch Series 6, Priced At $399

Apple announced the Apple Watch Series 6 at its September special event. The new series will have the same design as the previous two models, Series 4 and Series 5. On the contrary, it will have internal improvements, including an oximeter sensor.

It is very similar to the older models and will be available in 40mm and 44mm with an always-on Retina display. It also comes with an oximeter sensor that helps in measuring blood oxygen levels. Read More

Apple Watch Series 6 To Be Launched Soon

The Apple Watch Series 6 was recently spotted online in Eurasian Economic Commission filings ahead of its original release scheduled in September. A French site Consomac spotted four different models of the upcoming watch registered in the Eurasian database. The four models, expected to be standard variants, have been named A2291, A2292, A2351, and A2352. On the other hand, A2375, A2376, A2355, and A2356 are, apparently, LTE-enabled wearables. Read More

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Apple Watch Series 6 To Bring New Health-Centric Features

For everyone who use the Apple Watch for fitness and health tracking, the future Apple Watch series 6 will definitely get you excited. The Apple Watch Series 6 is expected to be launched with WatchOS 7. The supposed health-centric features to be added to the new Apple Watch includes blood oxygen level detection, mental health detection and yoga pose tracking with a thermometer.

The codes for blood oxygen level detection were found in the upcoming iOS 14, that indicates that the company is already working on a smartwatch that could support the feature. Moreover, Apple is also working on improving the electrocardiogram (ECG) scanning, currently available in Watch series 4 and 5. Many users have complained about the ECG readings often being inaccurate.  Read More