The Apple Watch series 6 come with a unique sensor that can detect oxygen levels in your blood. The sensor act by shining light into your skin to detect the oxygen levels. It also come with heart sensors that detect heartbeat. The Apple Watch series 6 with 44mm version is the latest Apple Watch compare to the previous models.
Rather than going black when not active, as has been the case since the first Apple Watch, the Watch now dims slightly, allowing you to conserve battery, but still see the information on the screen. The difference is stark especially if you’re one of those people who likes to keep an eye on the time without having to vigorously move your wrist every time you want to do so. Whether the screen is on or off the high-contrast screen really pops showing those vibrant colours be it your exercise rings or a message from a friend.
We’ve also found we can stop doing that crazy wrist flick that you see Apple Watch owners do, and means on a run when you raise your hand the screen is on ready for you to read without delay.
To help conserve battery and make things easier to see at a glance, many of the Watch faces change colour when not active.
You can of course turn the always-on functionality off. Understanding that some “complications” offer sensitive data, there is a setting that can be hidden when the screen isn’t active so you aren’t revealing calendar appointments.