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What is the Apple Watch 6 killer app

apple watch 6 killer app From sleep tracking insights to silent breathing-related illness, the Apple Watch’s rumored SpO2 readings could be game-changer.

 

The much anticipated Apple Watch 6 is planned to be launched on Q4 2020.  Every series a killer feature is included but what could it be for the sixth series?

The latest rumors and leaks has stated that it could be the several features as fall detection or various other health monitoring options.

Apple Watch 6: What is SpO2?

According to Tom's Guide

Blood oxygen sensors can measure the oxygen saturation level of your blood. As a form of pulse oximetry, SpO2 monitoring in the Apple Watch 6 would let users know when their blood oxygen falls below a certain concentration. Below-normal levels of blood oxygen concentrations are often indicative of underlying health issues such as sleep apnea.

If you wake up feeling unrested in the morning, SpO2 readings might tell you if low blood oxygen levels are causing you to stir throughout the night. Tedious sleep studies in the care of a doctor are often required to receive an official sleep apnea diagnosis, but a smartwatch or fitness tracker could save you some time.

Many people suffer from Sleep Apnea.  This feature can be the "killer App" feature for people that have problems while sleeping

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