Apple Unveils New Apple Watch Series 6 Featuring Blood Oxygen Sensor

Apple Unveils New Apple Watch Series 6 Featuring Blood Oxygen Sensor

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NoGoodNick - September 15, 2020 at 6:59pm
So, the only new features are a couple of new colors, a single-use sensor array, and a bunch of new watch band options, I’ll gladly wait another year for an upgrade. You can guarantee, they never tested the new sensors on anyone non-white (except a few workers in China who can’t refuse), so It’ll be some time before I trust it. There’s a reason Apple never released this much-heralded feature for so many years! As it is, I’ve permanently disabled the notifications on last-years model (I’d rather pick the times I’m overwhelmed with utterly depressing news, rather than being interrupted throughout the day for now good reason). So, the ONLY ‘essential services’ is the auto-log-in (only for Macs). While it’s still nice, I hardly need to constantly update it!
joeyxxx1 - September 15, 2020 at 11:36pm
Chinese are pretty white.
McApple1 - September 16, 2020 at 4:47am
Don’t forget these... Blood oxygen can now be measured esp. in periods of time including sleeping. Twice as brighter outdoors; better always on display.. See your elevation change in real time when ascending/descending. New faces: GMT can show time zones at once, count-up tracks elapsed time, chronograph can show many different time scales including tachymeter to measure speed, match specific ones based on jobs/hobbies (dawn patrol for surfing conditions, know when the sun sets at a specific point for photography, notable to be wary of upcoming appointments if you’re a healthcare provider). Family setup: Parents can specify which contacts a kid can communicate with and use auto notification locations to keep up with knowing where they are, school time mode helps them stay focused (without the iPhone) Apple Fitness : *Costs $10 monthly or $80 yearly, 3 months of it’s free w/ Apple Watch purchase. Real time workout metrics displayed on the watch are also on the Apple TV/iPhone along with the rings that you can see while a workout session’s playing to keep you motivated, then a summary of the tracked data is displayed after workout. New workouts will be added from the fitness studio weekly. Even first timers will start with its included beginners program with basic movements. Even certain workouts are personalized.