WatchOS 7: All cool new Apple Watch features introduced at WWDC


Apple announced WatchOS 7 at WWDC 2020.

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In his annual World developer conference On Monday, Apple unveiled the next major release of its portable operating system, WatchOS 7. WatchOS 7 adds the highly anticipated sleep tracking features, including a Wind Down mode to help you go to bed on time. When you wake up, you’ll see a visualization of your previous night’s sleep, including waking and sleeping periods, and a graph showing weekly sleep trends.

While the clock lacks a watch store, the new software adds the ability to share custom watch faces and hassles. If a shared watch face uses apps you don’t have, you can easily download them. You can also easily share a face you’ve created yourself with a contact or on social media.

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In terms of health and fitness, the WatchOS 7 training app adds support for four new workouts: core training, dance, functional strength training, and cooldown. The Activity app where you track your workouts will now be called Fitness and will include a new Summary tab that gives you an easy way to view your activity, workout and trend history all in one view.

With WatchOS 7, you can use Siri to translate multiple languages ​​directly from your wrist. Just like in iOS 14In the Apple Maps app on WatchOS 7, in some cities you can see specific cycling instructions on your watch.

Between coronavirus pandemic, WatchOS will use machine learning to determine when you start to wash your handsand set a timer so you know you are getting the recommended 20 second wash.