iOS 14 Sleep Mode is a feature that replaces Bedtime introduced with iOS 12. You’ll be opening a different app to set a sleep schedule.
Apple is offering a new sleep product on its website called Hatch Restore. It combines a reading light, meditation app, and more.
Someone found a reference to a mysterious sleep app on the Apple Watch, and it could be an Apple sleep app.
In the App Store listing for Apple’s preinstalled Alarms app on the Apple Watch, there is a screenshot of an unreleased version of the Alarms app with a “Sleep” label and fine print that reads “set your Bedtime and wake up in the Sleep app.”
There is no Sleep app or references to a Sleep app in the Alarms app on watchOS 6.0.1 or watchOS 6.1 beta, but MacRumors uncovered evidence of Apple working on a Sleep app for the Apple Watch in an internal build of iOS 13 last month, so Apple likely shared this screenshot too early by accident.
The Beddit beta program, from the sleep tracking company that Apple acquired, will let you test new features and offer feedback.
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.