From sleep tracking to smart coaching: The 8 features we want to see in watchOS 5

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We’re closing in on Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference (4 June, mark your calendars), where Tim Cook will get on stage, thank developers for their hard work and announce the latest Apple Watch operating system, watchOS 5.

Apple’s smartwatch OS has come a long way since it was introduced back in 2015. It’s dialed back communication features and put a much-needed emphasis on health and fitness.

Thus, watchOS 5 has evolved into something quite good. However, it still has a way to go, and there are a couple of things we’d like to see debuted in watchOS 5. In the spirit of anticipation, we thought we’d list the features we want to see the most. Dear Tim, please make these happen.

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