Apple Watch Series 6 delivers breakthrough wellness and fitness capabilities

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The new Apple Series 6  watch  features a Blood Oxygen sensor and app, new case finishes, and watchOS 7. Apple Watch Series 6 (GPS) starts at $399 and Apple Watch Series 6 (GPS + Cellular) starts at $499.  The new   watches  do require iPhone 6s or later running iOS 14.

WatchOS 7 is available today. Apple Watch will notify you when a new update is available. Tap ‘Update Tonight”  and go to your iPhone to confirm to confirm the update. Let your Apple Watch and iPhone charge overnight to allow the update to complete.

The most interesting technology about the watch is the Blood Oxygen Sensor and App.

“Apple Watch Series 6 expands the health capabilities of previous Apple Watch models with a new feature that conveniently measures the oxygen saturation of the user’s blood, so they can better understand their overall fitness and wellness. Oxygen saturation, or SpO2, represents the percentage of oxygen being carried by red blood cells from the lungs to the rest of the body, and indicates how well this oxygenated blood is being delivered throughout the body.” Source Apple news

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WatchOS 7 is available today. Apple Watch will notify you when a new update is available. Tap” Update Tonight” go to your iPhone to confirm to confirm the update. Let your Apple Watch and iPhone stat charged  overnight to let  the update will complete.

In other news -Apple will finally sell Apple Watches to people without iPhones.

Apple  has introduced Family Setup, for members of a family who don’t have an iPhone but want  to make calls, text, and share GPS locations among family members. An administrator in the household with an iPhone is required for setup.

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