The Apple Watch could finally get a native sleep tracking feature in watchOS 7, due out later this year, according to code spied in purportedly leaked code for iOS 14.
9to5Mac, which this weekend discovered that there’s probably a blood oxygen meter on the way, has now delved further into the iOS 14 code and spied potential for a raft of new features.
The headline is the sleep feature, which will apparently allow Apple Watch owners to set a sleep goal within the Health app on a companion iPhone.
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