The new smartwatch to join Apple’s non-iPhone range is the Apple Watch Series 6. There’s no iPhone announcement as planned but Apple talks about how the Apple Watch has become more than just a smartwatch, particularly in the post-COVID-19 period.
Watch Series 6 includes the blood oxygen sensor, which will be useful in monitoring the amount of oxygen in human blood, in addition to helping to collect heart disease information. During the coronavirus pandemic, people are gradually testing the amount of blood oxygen and Apple has a cure that goes right up on their wrists.
Starting at Rs 40,900, Apple Watch Series 6 (GPS + Cellular) begins at Rs 49,900. For both models, there will be 2 sizes. The Apple Watch Series 6 for the GPS platform starts at $399 (about Rs 30,000). Today it’s up for pre-orders in the US while sales start Friday. Know the direct conversion of currency for Apple doesn’t work like this. $1 is nearly Rs 100 for Apple, plus taxes and customs duties.
More than anything, Apple focuses on the Blood O2 sensor, which is important for smartwatches to calculate the amount of oxygen by means of light reflection. A new blood oxygen level measurement software exists that is part of watchOS 7. Apple says it’s working with the University of Toronto and UHS to offer various Blood O2 level use cases.
Even the Watch Series 6 gets a new style. In addition to the standard buckle strap, the Watch Series 6 has a solo loop this time. This is basically a seamless band because you only have one instead of two bands that tie together.
The Apple Watch Series 6 also uses the U1 Ultrawideband chip, which the firm would incorporate into its entire product portfolio. The chip will enable devices to find each other, provided they are nearby. This chipset is also supposed to be available to the iPhone 12 as and when they launch.
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