The Beddit beta program, from the sleep tracking company that Apple acquired, will let you test new features and offer feedback.
Bloomberg claims that Apple Watch sleep tracking features could arrive by 2020.
Whatever Apple has in store for the Beddit sleep monitoring system, it doesn’t look like maintaining the product is in the plans.
With Alexa Show and Microsoft Invoke, Bryan and Jeff envision the Siri smarthome of the future to make the case for an Apple Siri device. They also talk about what Apple might do with sleep tracking technology from Beddit, as well some sexy new renders of Apple’s unannounced iPhone 8.
Apple is—at last—getting into the sleep tracking business. 9to5Mac reported that Apple purchased Beddit, a firm that makes sleep-tracking hardware and apps for Apple’s iPhone and Apple Watch.