The face of the new clock
Apple Watch will roll out four new watch faces with 9. These include Astronomy, Lunar, Platime and Metropolitan. The Astronomy Face has been re-mastered and includes specific star fields, cloud coverage that is updated hourly using weather data, and the ability to locate the Sun behind the Earth. Platime is a face designed by Chicago-based 2D and 3D artist, Joy Fulton, known for her bright, punchy colors and simple, friendly characters. The face of this new watch has strange animated numbers.
Next, the old clock faces will now support richer complexities, and there’s a new background color editor. Users can now add dogs and cats to portrait faces.
Workout features are coming to the Apple Watch
The Workout app now includes new ways to visualize it with more metrics and workout views, as well as new custom workouts to help improve training experiences and performance, such as heart rate zones. The new Multisport workout mode can automatically switch between running for swim, bike and triathletes. There are also customizable alerts, the ability to race on a previous route, and a redesigned workout summary.
Manage medications on Apple Watch
One of the highlights of WatchOS9 is the new drug application. The Drugs app on Apple Watch makes it easy for you to track your drugs intelligently and conveniently. In the Health app, users can manage their medication lists, create schedules and reminders, and learn more about their medications, including whether there are interactions that could cause problems. However, it is not clear whether all features of the Medicaids application will be rolled out to users around the world.
Better sleep tracking
Sleep tracking is one area where the Apple Watch may be lagging behind the competition. For example, the Samsung Galaxy Watch does a good job of tracking sleep. However, with watchOS 9, Apple wants to fix that. The sleep stage is a new feature to provide deeper insights into your sleep. The Apple Watch uses signals from the accelerometer and heart rate sensor to detect when you’re awake, as well as when you’re in REM, core or deep sleep. You can review detailed information, including how much time you spent in each phase and when you woke up.
AFib History: For Cardio Health Monitoring
If you have been diagnosed with atrial fibrillation, you can now use AFib History પ્રથમ the first feature of its kind that gives you unique insights into your AFib for the long term. When wearing an Apple Watch, watchOS 9 can estimate how often your heart is in AFib. The updated Health app will show you how your lifestyle can affect AFib and provide useful insights into behaviors that can help reduce the time you spend in this arrhythmia. The time you spend in AFib is important, as it can affect your symptoms, overall quality of life and your risk of serious complications.