All You Need To Know Apple Watch Series 6

The Apple Watch Series 6 has a new 2.5x brighter always-on display, a speedier CPU, and the ability to detect blood oxygen levels. PRODUCT(RED), blue, and graphite are the brand new hues. Together with the Apple Watch 6, Apple also introduced two new bands: the Solo Loop and the Braided Solo Loop.

All You Need To Know About Apple Watch Series 6

New in Apple’s 6th-Generation Watch

The Apple Watch has matured since its introduction by discovering its own market. It was originally designed to be more of a social accessory with some fitness elements, but it has since evolved into a serious health and fitness tool.

Apple Watch Series 6


Being a standalone gadget, the Apple Watch Series 6 separates itself even further from the iPhone. The newest hardware and watchOS 7 combine to make this the most self-contained Watch to date.

Biosensor for Measurement of Oxygen in the Blood

The blood-oxygen sensor and companion software are Apple’s most publicised addition to the watch lineup. Make sure the Watch is firmly fastened to your wrist before taking a reading. If you’re eligible, returning the reading will take no more than 15 seconds.

Blood-Oxygen Sensor

Apple’s blood-oxygen sensor and companion app among the watch’s most talked-about new features. If you want to take use of this function, you need fasten your Watch securely to your wrist and hold still while taking a reading. If you’re eligible, returning the reading will take no more than 15 seconds.

The number represents how much oxygen is now circulating in the blood. This information is gleaned by shining red and infrared LEDs onto the user’s veins to determine the blood’s hue. The reported answer does not elaborate on whether or not a certain reading is “good,” hence it is not particularly informative on its own.

Apple’s evasion of the medical device regulations certainly explains the company’s opacity on the price. Apple claims that its blood oxygen monitor is purely for wellness and fitness purposes and is not meant to replace a medical equipment like a pulse oximeter, which needs FDA clearance.

Advice and judgements of quality from Apple might bring the company perilously near to the medical device category and the accompanying regulations. Yet, safe limits can be determined with little effort.

Heart Health Sensors

The Apple Watch Series 6 has all the various sensors that were introduced in prior Apple Watch models. A heart rate sensor checks the user’s pulse every few minutes or so, depending on their level of physical exertion. Throughout an exercise, your heart rate will be tracked in real time and for up to three minutes after you finish.

It will alert the user if it detects any irregular heart rates. Although it cannot identify a heart attack, the Apple Watch can alert wearers to potentially life-threatening conditions, such as a rapid, sluggish, or irregular heartbeat.

The newest Apple Watch models also allow users to do an electrocardiogram. The Series 4 Apple Watch is the first to include an ECG app. While taking your measurement, make sure the Watch is snug on your wrist. One minute of finger pressure on the Digital Crown is all that’s needed to get an accurate reading. The ECG app has helpful instructions.

The ECG can identify atrial fibrillation and alert users if they need to go to the hospital. Although it is not a substitute for professional medical advice or diagnosis, it may be the first step in reversing a potentially fatal illness.

With the latest version to watchOS 7.2, users can take an ECG even if their heart rate is as high as 150 beats per minute. Before this, people with a faster heart rate couldn’t access the function.


Apple Fitness+, which debuted during the “Time Flies” event, provides users with guided workouts using only their Apple Watch and another Apple device with a screen. The software displays a workout on an iPhone, iPad, or Apple TV and tracks the user’s activity using data from the user’s Apple Watch.

Apple’s trainers publish new studio training videos every week. They discuss numerous forms of physical activity, such as HIIT, yoga, and weightlifting. Users may monitor their progress without taking their eyes off the screen thanks to an overlay of Apple Watch data.

This consists of alerts on their rings when they accomplish fitness objectives. Workout history is taken into account by Fitness+’s unique recommendation system. To help keep a healthy equilibrium, it then recommends alternatives that correspond to user tastes or alternative forms of exercise.

Users of Fitness+ have the option of using a filtering tool to select a routine depending on the sort of workout they prefer, the expertise of their trainer, the length of the session, or the playlist they want to follow.

Apple Music subscribers can create and store custom Fitness+ workout playlists. There is a 30-day free trial and afterwards the service costs $9.99 a month or $79.99 a year. Three months of Fitness+ are provided at no cost to those who purchase a new Apple Watch Series 3 or later.

To use Fitness+, you’ll need an Apple Watch Series 3 or later. Under Family Sharing, up to five family members of the primary user can use the subscription at no extra cost. The new Apple One membership includes access to it as well.


According to the official Apple website, the new flagship wearable is the first to have the U1 Ultra Wideband processor. Apple’s UWB solution first appeared in the 2019 iPhone 11. What exactly the U1 will bring to Apple Watch users remains to be seen.

This chip currently supports directional AirDrop on iPhone 11 and later devices, and it will be integrated into the CarKey system in future vehicle models. Apple created the U1 so that portable devices could better understand their physical surroundings and keep track of their precise locations.

The technology uses ultra-wideband (UWB) to repeatedly transmit signals between two devices in order to calculate their spatial relationship.

The Family Unit

With Family Setup, you don’t need your kids to have an iPhone to set up their Apple Watches. Each Apple Watch in the family is assigned a unique phone number, so even if the kids don’t have their own phones, the family can still stay in touch.

Under “Family Setup,” parents can choose which contacts their children can text or call. To help parents track their children, it can send them periodic updates on their location. Young people can use their Apple Watches to keep tabs on their activity levels and other fitness-related metrics.

A special “Schooltime Mode” with its own watch face can help kids focus during the school day by turning on Do Not Disturb and disabling other features. Apple Watch Series 4 or later with cellular support is required for Family Setup.

Single-loop and Single-braided

Apple unveiled a new band design that wraps around your wrist without the need for clasps or connectors. A basic elastic band, it just has to be cut to the right length. There have been some miscalculations in band sizes because the new ordering process requires customers to measure their wrists with a printed out paper template.

Several participants made educated guesses rather than actually measuring themselves. If a customer received the wrong size band for their Apple Watch, they had to send back the complete package in order to get a replacement.