Apple came up with some major upgrades in software back at WWDC 2020. And today, all of those updates were finally launched as products. No, we didn't get a new iPhone yet, but the two great product lineups launched were no less either. Introducing the new Apple Watch Series 6 with a blood oxygen sensor and Apple's most advanced line of iPads ever made.
As reported by MacRumors, "Apple is reportedly planning a press release for this Tuesday to announce new iPad and Apple Watch models, according to prolific leaker Jon Prosser."
As reported by The Verge, "The new watchOS 7 update includes new watchfaces, plus easier ways of sharing them between friends and downloading custom layouts from the web. But the biggest addition this year, and this one’s worthy of a finally, is sleep tracking. watchOS 7 comes with a new Sleep app that’ll show you how many hours you’re asleep each night — though Apple isn’t yet diving into the quality of sleep and different cycles."