Apple has long been interested in helping users monitor their sleep, but the Watch hasn’t had the battery life necessary to do so.
Since its launch way back in 2015, the Apple Watch has been designed for wear in the daylight hours, and to be left on its charging pad at night. But during its virtual WWDC keynote Monday, the company announced that sleep features are part of its forthcoming watchOS 7 operating system.
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