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Sleep Monitoring Slated for Apple Watch

TechNewsWorld Saturday, 14 September 2019 ()
Sleep Monitoring Slated for Apple WatchApple reportedly has been developing sleep tracking functionality for the Apple Watch. The new "Time in Bed Tracking" feature will let users who wear the Apple Watch to bed track their sleep patterns. Consumers who have multiple Apple Watches can designate one for wearing in bed. he "Burrito" feature will let Apple Watch track a user's quality of sleep, including movement, heart rate and noises.
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Apple just revealed the latest models for the Apple Watch Series 5 with an always-on display -- making it easier to tell time as well as keep track of your workouts without any jarring movements. Apple Watch Series 5 with GPS costs $399; if you want cellular, that will run you $499. Pre-orders start...

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