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Apple Watch to get feature that automatically detect when you're taking a nap

By AYIE LICSI Published Jun 18, 2024 6:48 pm

The Apple Watch is getting functional upgrades as watchOS is set to bring features like automatic nap detection.

MacRumors reported that several users on Reddit running watchOS 11 developer beta found that the wearable was able to detect their naps outside their sleeping schedule.

Currently, users need to have their watch on Sleep Focus to have it track and monitor their shut-eye time but it appears the new OS update will make this automatic.

Sleep data is accessed through the Health app. It shows you information like how long you were awake during your slumber, REM, core, and deep sleep per day when you wear your watch to bed.

During the Worldwide Developers Conference earlier in June, Apple gave a sneak peek at watchOS 11, which includes new features like pausing your Activity Rings when you need to take a break, a new Vitals app for measuring important health metrics, and Training Load for measuring how intense workouts impact your body over time.

The update also adds customization features like Smart Stack so you can easily swipe through widgets and a personalized Photos watch face.

The upcoming watchOS 11 will require an iPhone Xs or later with iOS 18 and will be available for Apple Watch SE (2nd gen), Series 6, Series 7, Series 8, Series 9, Apple Watch Ultra, and Ultra 2.