According to a new report by Bloomberg Apple is testing a new sleep tracking feature for Apple Watch. Currently, anyone who wants to keep tabs on the sleep pattern needs to pick up a third-party app, and while there are many to choose from, first-party solutions are one of the best options, especially when it comes to Apple Watch. 19659002] Although some of the competitors have been able to track sleep for a long time, including the ever-popular Fitbit, Apple's notebooks have lagged behind. According to Bloomberg's Mark Gurman, the company is committed to rectifying it.
The company has been using the sleep tracking feature for several months with testers in secret locations around its Cupertino, California headquarters, according to people familiar with the work. If the functionality is successful at the test stages, the company plans to add it to the Apple Watch by 2020, according to one of the people. The company has released new versions of Apple Watch every fall since 2016.
Sleep tracking on Apple Watch will reduce a competitive advantage that Longtime Fitness wearable developer Fitbit Inc. has had on the market.
Apple has teamed up with recent revisions to the Apple Watch hardware to try to make the batteries last longer, which is probably needed to stay asleep tracking something most would be comfortable with. After all, there is no need to have detailed data on how to sleep if Apple Watch is dead at lunchtime, is it?
Of course, Apple took a Finnish startup called Beddit, which No doubt will not hurt the chance of getting real sleep tracking for Apple Watch.
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