Claims WatchOS 7 Rumors Will Have ‘Mental Health Ability’ to Detect Panic Attacks | Instant News

The next generation of Apple apple jam and watchOS 7 will focus on new mental health capabilities, according to Leaker Jon Prosser who recently spoke on the Internet Podcast Aimed at. The mention of the ‌Apple Watch‌ feature only comes towards the end of the podcast.

The next generation version of “Apple Watch”, “Apple Watch” Series 6, has been rumored to include a blood oxygen sensor, which according to Prosser Apple will utilize to implement new features related to mental health, such as detecting panic attacks.

What is their biggest focus at the moment and I hope it will come this year, maybe it will come next year, but I hope that coming to WWDC is mental health capability. Where they can take oxygen levels in your blood with your heart rate and determine whether you are hyperventilating.

They can identify panic attacks before they occur and warn you on your watch. Especially if you drive, they will ask you to pull over and they will offer breathing exercises as soon as you pull over.

Prosser said that while he hoped this feature would be released this year, “it might come next year.” He also said he hoped for the launch of WWDC, but if the new feature relies on blood oxygen sensors in an unreleased version of “Apple Watch”, it is likely that Apple will not reveal capabilities until the fall when the new Apple Watch model that supports it is released.

However, it is likely that this will be revealed at WWDC if the older “Apple Watch” model has a latent ability to detect blood oxygen levels, which is unclear at this time, or if the feature does not involve blood oxygen monitoring.

The panic attack detected a rumor first shared by EverythingApplePro and leaker Max Weinbach back in April, which says that “Apple Watch” will also be able to determine when users experience high stress levels. However, Weinbach and EverythingApplePro do not recommend that the feature will depend on blood oxygen monitoring, and said that the feature will be available in ‌Apple Watch‌ Series 4 or newer.

Clues that the ability to track blood oxygen comes to the next version of “Apple Watch” found in a leaked version of iOS 14. Blood oxygen monitoring is an important feature because a decrease in blood oxygen levels can indicate serious cardiac or respiratory problems that require immediate medical attention.

Some previous rumors from Bloomberg and other sources also indicate that “Apple Watch” and the next generation of watchOS 7 will be included sleep tracking feature, it allows “Apple Watch” to measure sleep quality, length and other metrics.


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