Apple Watch 6 are new smartwatches from watchOS 7 that we will see in a few weeks. A sensor will appear to measure your blood oxygen saturation. Large orders for SiP are to be delivered by ASE Technology. The addition of such a feature in Apple Watch series 6 was already heralded by notes found in early versions of watchOS 7.
Apple Watch 6 are smartwatches that have already been the subject of many leaks, and we summarized these recently for you. We know there will be a sensor to measure blood oxygenation. Such information was found in the early ones builds system watchOS 7, which is currently in beta. Now, this seems to be confirmed by the source site report.
In the same report, we read that Apple Watch 6 is to receive SiP microcomputers, most of which will be provided by ASE Technology. It received the largest orders from the company from Cupertino. This year, we expect a new generation of this element. But let’s go back to the oxygenation of the blood.
Blood oxygenation only on Apple Watch 6
It was previously speculated that such a function could appear in older watches, because theoretically their heart rate monitor is capable of performing such a measurement (under appropriate conditions). However, during the WWDC where shown watchOS 7, such a solution was not mentioned. This means that only the new Apple Watch 6 will get them. Older smartwatches from the company will not get it along with the software update. We expect the premieres of new watches with iPhone 12 smartphones.
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