The Cupertino-based company has been developing this sleep-tracking feature so that it can monitor sleep quality via sensors within the Apple Watch. With this, we can expect Apple to roll out the Sleep app in the next watchOS version. Apple Watch Series 5 was believed to be the device to bring sleep tracking to the masses, but that didn't happen. This means that unless you're reaching for your iPhone every time you get out of bed, it won't track times when you wake up in the middle of the night, or even if you get up before your alarm goes off. While there have been reports that Apple is working on a native Sleep app, a screenshot revealed by MacRumours confirms that Apple is indeed gearing up to launch a native Sleep app.
There's a listing on the App Store for an Alarms app for the Apple Watch, which is built by Apple and included a reference to a Sleep app in one of the app's screenshots.
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The screenshot chosen by Apple explicitly mentions the Sleep application, now not present on watchOS. Apple had introduced ECG monitoring and Irregular Rhythm notifications in Watch 4 Series making it the most useful wearable for tracking heart health.
The Apple Watch is stuffed full of fitness tracking features but has never had first party sleep tracking. We tested the new Apple Watch Series 5 to find out if it's worth the asking price. The app will recommend users to have at least 30 percent of battery life to wear their watch to sleep, with a possible new Sleep watch face launching too. In September, 9to5Mac published a report that the Apple Watch would be getting sleep tracking itself. Apple could of course add it as a software update at a later date, however.