Apple Watch users will now be able to perform more functions on their wearables while using the Power Reserve mode. Currently, the low power mode is just limited to seeing the time with a simple digital clock. It will soon be replaced by the new low power mode focus to let users do more than just checking time on their wearables.
According to a new report, the brand is gearing up to roll out some major upgrades for Apple Watch users via the upcoming watchOS 9 update. Let’s take a look at all the new features that will be rolled out for the Apple Watch users via the latest watchOS.
watchOS 9 To Bring More Functionality To The Apple Watch In Low Power Mode
The current Power Reserve Mode for the Apple Watch allows users to see the time while all other features of the watch are disabled. According to Bloomberg, the new low power mode focus would allow you to run a suite of apps and features without consuming too much battery life. The upcoming feature is targeted towards users who take long trips, or want to use sleep tracking without charging the device as much.
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Further, the report suggests that the Apple Watch will gain new workout types, track additional metrics during a workout, and expand on the system sleep tracking functionality with watchOS 9. Apple is also planning on refreshing many of its older built-in watch faces that have not kept up with the latest designs of the Apple Watch hardware.
Additionally, we can expect to see some new health features for female Apple Watch users. The watchOS 9 update may also bring the long-awaited pill medication reminders app. The feature is reportedly undergoing development.
Notably, the watchOS 9 will be officially announced at WWDC 2022, alongside iOS 16, macOS 13, and tvOS 16. The conference will commence on June 6.
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