Apple builds smartwatch with the addition of a blood oxygen saturation sensor that calculates your SpO2 level on demand and captures periodic background measurements when you’re sleeping and inactive. Putting this technology in a consumer wearable has never been more important given the global COVID-19 pandemic, as it indicates how well your circulatory and respiratory systems are delivering oxygenated blood to your body, and can help you gauge whether a hospital visit is necessary. Read below the full review on the Apple watch series 6 on

This watch os 7 include a faster processor, an always-on altimeter that lets you see your elevation in real time, and a bump in screen brightness when your wrist is down. The color of light that reflects back gives the watch a picture of the oxygen levels in the blood. The whole thing takes about 15 seconds, but only works if your fit is right.

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Thia beauty include a 20-second handwashing timer and sleep-tracking capabilities, make the Apple Watch Series 6 the company’s best smartwatch yet, and Fufagist best review on smartwatches at the moment of this post. The company has also made some improvements to energy efficiency, courtesy of the new silicon. Official literature puts it at a “full-day” of  battery life, up to 18 hours.

The Series 6 Design

It has rounded corners with squarish design, The 40mm model measures 1.56 by 1.35 by 0.42 inches (HWD), while the 44mm model is a touch taller and wider. Below is a picture showing holding the series 6 next to series 5

The Series 6 is water-resistant to 165 feet. Apple says it’s safe for shallow water activities like swimming (in a pool or in the ocean). You can also wear it in the shower and hot tub. You shouldn’t, however, wear it while scuba diving, waterskiing, or “other activities involving high-velocity water or submersion below shallow depth,” Apple says.

The first time you open the Blood Oxygen app on the watch, it takes you through some helpful tips to get a good reading. Apple says your watch band should be snug but comfortable, and to make sure the watch isn’t too low on your wrist. You should keep the watch facing up and try not to move during the reading. Resting your arm on a table can help. 

When you start a blood oxygen scan, you’ll see a 15-second countdown timer on the screen along with a relaxing blue and red graphic. After 15 seconds, your blood oxygen saturation percentage will appear onscreen. You can also view blood oxygen measurements in the Health app on your iPhone. 


On the inside, the Series 6 features 32GB of storage and Apple’s new dual-core S6 System in Package (SiP), which it says delivers up to 20 percent faster performance than the S5 chip in the Series 5 and Watch SE.

Before the end of the year, Apple plans to launch Fitness+,at-home fitness service. Fitness+, which will require an Apple Watch Series 3 or later paired with an iPhone, promises to bring a range of workouts led by world-class trainers to the comfort and safety of your home. When streaming a Fitness+ workout on your iPhone or iPad, metrics from your Apple Watch, including your exercise duration, heart rate, and calories burned, as well as your Activity Rings, will appear on the screen.

Apple Watch Series 6 Specs

Phone OS CompatibilityiOS
Display TypeOLED
Watch OSwatchOS
ProcessorApple S6
Display Size1.56 inches
Fitness FeaturesHeart Rate Monitor, Accelerometer, GPS
Estimated Battery Life18 hours
Separate App StoreYes
Phone Call CapacityYes

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