watchOS was entitled to its fifteen minutes of fame at Apple’s WWDC 2021 event, along with iOS 15 and iPadOS 15. The globally popular Apple Watch platform is going to see some interesting changes.
The Breathe app is getting an update, ranging from a new animation to help you focus, to a “think” mode that prompts you to think of something specific to release the pressure.
Sleep trackers will be able to see how many breaths they take in a minute and observe trends over time to see what they need to improve.
Fitness workouts now include Tai Chi and Pilates training modes to let you track these activities more accurately.
The Apple Watch version of Photos has been enhanced to give you more options and make it easier to find the photos you are looking for from your wrist.
The Apple Health app uses step tracking data to help assess what it calls “gait regularity.” This metric examines your gait, balance, and monitor your overall health in one measurement. Apple Health will give you a score based on the available data and make recommendations to improve your walking stability. This functionality is not limited to the Apple Watch, but if you already wear one, you will be able to send additional information to this measurement.
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