Apple announced the launch of the public beta version of the WatchOS 7 update, which comes with the feature of tracking the user’s status during sleep, with new fitness patterns.
Last Monday, Apple launched the first beta version of the watchOS 7 update, which came to support Apple smart watches, starting with the Series 3 watch and later versions.
Apple is offering a public beta of watchOS for the first time to users, so users will not need a developer account at first to download the trial version of the new watchOS 7 update.
Also, one of the most important features offered in the watchOS 7 update is the tracking of the user’s status while sleeping feature, as Apple has added some improvements in cycling and mobility directions, and Apple offers more customizable watch faces in the watchOS 7 update which includes a shortcut to help Siri, and a timer to wash Hands, new fitness styles.
The feature of tracking the user’s status during sleep was among the features that were absent for a while from Apple smart watches, but it did not prevent Apple from achieving the best sales of its versions of smart watches so far.
The Sleep application will automatically track the user’s status during sleep, and a new tab has been added in the Health application, where dance exercises are among the activities that can be followed by the smartwatch now.
Also, smartwatch users will now be able to share custom watch faces, along with uploading new faces via curated lists in the app store, and the trial version of the WatchOS 7 update is now available for all Apple smartwatch users starting with the Series 3 watch, while the latest version is available this fall. The year.