O MacRumors decided to dig through the guts of Apple operating systems and are doing a good job discovering some news that may be announced by Ma soon, at its special event (in which launch new iPhones and Apple Watches).
We have already commented, for example, that iOS 13 has brought evidence of an Apple Bluetooth tracker; The system also gave some clues about possible Apple augmented reality glasses. The site went deeper and now corroborated information brought by the 9to5Macwhich says the future Apple Watch might come with some kind of sleep monitoring.
According to the new findings of the MR, this function is called Time in Bed tracking (something like ?Bed Time Monitoring?). Codes from an internal build of iOS 13 indicate that it will be possible to ?track sleep and wake up silently using your watch?.
All be done, as imagined, by a new app called Sleep (?Sleep??), Which provides users with an overview of their sleep patterns, as well as sending users sleep reminders and recharging the battery. The system, according to MR, recommends that Apple Watch users have at least 30% battery power for successful monitoring.
The site also found references to new Apple Watch complications, focusing on altitude, longitude and sleep. When released, the app ?Sleep?May also have a dial to call it yours because a new string called ClockFaces-Burrito (?Burrito,? as we have already commented, codename for Apple Watch's sleep monitoring feature).
?School Time Mode?
The findings also pointed to a new feature called Schooltime, designed to help students focus during class. As? Blocking access to applications, complications and notifications on the device. Of course, emergency calls and alerts will not be blocked by the feature for security reasons.
Users can set when school hours will be enabled on Apple Watch through the Watch app available on the iPhone (from just one day to every day of the week).
Low light photos and more!
As for the iPhone, investigations in iOS 13 also point to new settings available in the Camera app related to low-light photos, as well as a possible new Game Center tournament feature for multiplayer games but the details for both features, however, are only very small at the moment.
Will we see many other news on September 10? O of course, make full coverage of this special Apple event. ?