Apple has announced its newest Apple Watch in the form of the Series 6. Rumor has it that Apple hasn't updated the design of the Apple Watch, but the Series 6 selling point seems to be the introduction of a blood oxygen monitor that allows you to keep an eye on your respiratory health.
For those who are wondering about the importance of blood oxygen levels, as we said earlier, this is an indicator of your overall respiratory health which, depending on the level, can be used to determine whether or not your body is receiving enough oxygen and how well that oxygen is is distributed throughout the body. In fact, Apple has also announced that it will be working with various health organizations to investigate the benefits of early detection of potential blood oxygen issues.
In addition to the blood oxygen monitoring function, the Series 6 will also offer an upgrade to its always-on display, which will be 2.5 times brighter than its predecessor. There will also be a permanently on altimeter for those who want to measure their heights. Under the hood, the Series 6 is powered by an Apple Silicon based on the A13 Bionic chipset. Apple claims it's twice as fast as its predecessor.
The Apple Watch Series 6 starts at $ 399 and comes in a variety of styles. This includes a brand new blue aluminum case, PRODUCT finish (RED), plus gold stainless steel and black stainless steel that Apple calls graphite. There will also be the introduction of a new band called Solo Loop. This is made of liquid silicone and is stretchy and does not require a buckle or clasp.
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