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The Apple Watch lineup is getting a big expansion this fall with the addition of a new so-called Apple Watch Pro. This new Apple Watch Pro is said to feature a new design, longer battery life, and improved durability and will be announced tomorrow.

Head below for all of the latest details on what we know about the Apple Watch Pro so far.

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Apple Watch Pro: Design and screen

According to reporting from Mark Gurman at Bloomberg, the Apple Watch Pro will visually differentiate itself from the Apple Watch Series 8 with a new design. The Apple Watch Pro won’t feature the flat edges that were once rumored for the Apple Watch Series 7, but there are apparently some design changes on the horizon.

Bloomberg reports that the Apple Watch Pro will be an “evolution of the current rectangular shape.” It’s not immediately clear what this means in terms of design, other than the fact that the Apple Watch Pro won’t be a rounded smartwatch.

One of the key changes to the Apple Watch Pro will be the materials from which it’s made. Currently, the Apple Watch is available in aluminum, stainless steel, and titanium. The Apple Watch Pro will reportedly feature a “more durable formulation of titanium” as part of Apple’s efforts to make it as rugged as possible.

The Apple Watch Pro will also be larger than the current Apple Watch models. The Apple Watch Series 7 is available in 41mm and 45mm sizes. Those sizes refer to the physical case size of the Apple Watch, not the size of the screen. According to Bloomberg, the Apple Watch Pro case will be larger than 45mm, and could be “big enough that it might only appeal to a subset of customers.”

In addition to the larger case, the Apple Watch Pro will also get a larger display. Bloomberg reports that the screen will be about 7% bigger than the current Apple Watch Series 7, with a resolution of about 410 pixels by 502 pixels. For context, the 45mm version of the Apple Watch Series 7 features a resolution of 396 by 484 pixels.

Leaked CAD images of the Apple Watch Pro showcased this new design and the larger form factor. In these renders, we can see the flat display that lacks the “waterfall” edges of other Apple Watch models. On the right-hand side, there’s a new protruding bulge that houses the Digital Crown and side button.

The new design for the Digital Crown and side button is likely part of Apple’s efforts to improve durability while also freeing up internal space for a larger battery. The design, however, does significantly increase the overall size of the watch.

One of the more interesting changes is that there appears to be a new button on the left-hand side. The expectation is that this button will be programmable, allowing you to assign it to a specific workout type or application.

Battery life

Alongside that larger design, the Apple Watch Pro is also reportedly set to feature improved battery life. Longer battery life is going to be a key factor for the “extreme sports” buyers of this Apple Watch, and that is seemingly something of which Apple is aware.

We don’t have exact statistics on how much larger the battery inside the Apple Watch Pro will be. Bloomberg‘s Mark Gurman has simply said the device will feature improved battery life. In fact, Gurman speculated that the Apple Watch Pro could last “multiple days on one charge via the new low-power mode.”

A new low-power mode for the Apple Watch has been rumored for several months. It didn’t make an appearance when watchOS 9 was introduced at WWDC in June. Now, reports say the new low-power mode could be exclusive to the Apple Watch models launching this fall.

A new low-power mode on the Apple Watch would reportedly allow users to keep using Apple Watch apps and features without draining too much power. Apple can reduce the power consumption by pausing background activities, reducing screen brightness, and limiting other features like it does with low-power mode on the iPhone and Mac.

Apple Watch Pro: Sensors and chips

Much like the Apple Watch Series 8, this new Apple Watch Pro is expected to add support for body temperature measurements. The Apple Watch won’t be able to give you an exact measurement of your body temperature, but rather it would send you an alert when it detected that your temperature is elevated. Then, you could take your temperature using a traditional thermometer.

The Apple Watch Pro could also offer exclusive features for fitness and health tracking. This could include additional metrics gathered using existing sensors, different workout types, and much more.

Other new health features are expected for the Apple Watch next year and going forward, including things like blood pressure monitoring and glucose measurements. These features aren’t expected to launch with this year’s Apple Watch Series 8 or Apple Watch Pro.

Finally, the Apple Watch Pro will be powered by a “new” S8 processor on the inside. This chip will reportedly offer “similar performance” to the S7 chip inside the Apple Watch Series 7, which is also similar to the S6 chip inside the Apple Watch Series 6. This means we shouldn’t expect any major performance improvements with this year’s updates.


This new variant of the Apple Watch could ultimately end up being called a number of different things. The clear focus is on making this Apple Watch more rugged, durable, and optimized for extreme sports. If Apple wanted to lean into that idea, this version of the Apple Watch could be called something like “Apple Watch Extreme.”

In addition to being optimized for rugged and extreme sports lifestyles, however, this Apple Watch will also be ultra-premium with a new design, larger display, and improved battery life.

So if Apple wanted to target a broader audience of consumers, including those who simply want the “best” version of the Apple Watch, something like the “Apple Watch Pro” or “Apple Watch Max” might make the most sense.

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Fossil Gen 7: Everything We Know

Will there be a Fossil Gen 7?

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We’d be surprised if Fossil shuts up its smartwatch shop, especially since it’s actively invested in the Wear OS 3 drive. Thanks to its sequential generation-based system, Fossil’s smartwatch naming scheme hasn’t sprung a major surprise in ages. Considering the Fossil Gen 6 was the last launch, we can safely assume the next iteration will bear the Gen 7 label.

When will the Fossil Gen 7 release date be?

Gen 4 launch: August 2023

Gen 5 launch: August 2023

Gen 6 launch: September 2023

Gen 6 Wellness Edition: January 2023

What features will the Fossil Gen 7 have?



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We know little about the Fossil Gen 7’s internals at this point, but we’d be surprised if Fossil doesn’t opt for a Snapdragon W5 Gen 1 or W5 Plus Gen 1 series chipset. The latter option is currently used in the OPPO Watch 3 and the Mobvoi TicWatch Pro 5. We liked what we saw from the chipset in the TicWatch Pro 5, as it provided snappy performance and great efficiency. If Fossil uses the W5 Gen 1 series for the Gen 7, it would be a noticeable upgrade over the Snapdragon 4100 Plus in the Gen 6. Generally, a generational jump has recently included a new chipset for Fossil, so the omens are good. A chipset bump should also bring thriftier battery demands, especially while using GNSS.

Beyond the silicon, we expect other Gen 6 features to return, including the SpO2 sensor, a built-in speaker, a heart rate sensor, and NFC for mobile payments support.


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There’s practically no chance we’ll see Fossil employ anything other than Wear OS on the Gen 7. Although the Gen 6’s upgrade to Wear OS 3 brought several issues — most notably the lack of Google Assistant support — we expect these to be fixed in time for the new watch’s debut.

Google confirmed that Wear OS 4 is coming later this year, so there’s a good chance stable builds of Wear OS 4 will be ready and available for the Fossil Gen 7. The update is set to bring backup and restore support to devices with improved battery life and permissions mirroring also slated.

What will the Fossil Gen 7 price be?

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Let’s talk price. It’s still early days in the Fossil Gen 7 leak cycle, but we have a vague idea of where Fossil Group may position its new flagship watch. The Gen 5 and Gen 6 launched at $295 and $299, respectively. Provided Fossil Group doesn’t load the Gen 7 with pricier tech, we expect a similar price around the $300 mark to be the benchmark. This would place it within Galaxy Watch 5 (and presumably the Galaxy Watch 6) and Pixel Watch range.

Fossil Gen 7: What we want to see

A clear software update roadmap (with commitments)

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It might seem obvious that the Fossil Gen 7 will launch with the latest version of Wear OS, but Fossil’s lengthy Wear OS 3 update rollout made us a little skittish. We understand that Google required manufacturers to develop new companion apps to facilitate the upgrade. Now that the Fossil app is available, we should hope for more rapid OS updates when they’re ready. However, we would like Fossil to issue a software update commitment — like Samsung did with the Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 5 — when it launches the Gen 7.

Better battery life

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While the Fossil Gen 6 did see a charging speed upgrade over the Gen 5, it also packed a slightly smaller battery. This is the wrong way to go, even with the more efficient chipset in use. During our review, the Fossil Gen 6 lasted for a full 24 hours with conservative usage, and when employing the GPS, that number plummets. Either way, that’s not nearly enough compared to devices from Garmin and Fitbit, or longer-living Wear OS alternatives like the Galaxy Watch 5. With the Fossil Gen 7, we’d like to see Fossil Group focus on the device’s battery life, matching its well-known battery-saving modes with capable hardware.

More accurate sleep tracking

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Plenty of smartwatches track sleep and do it well, but the Fossil Gen 6 is not one of them. In our review, Eric Zeman found that the watch frequently glossed over light sleep and moments of restlessness — two phases that are as important in understanding sleep quality as deep sleep and REM. Sleep is important when gauging day-to-day health, so having reliable data to make an informed decision is vital. We understand that the Fossil Gen 7 probably won’t be a fitness-first smartwatch, but there’s no excuse for getting the basics wrong.

Upgraded water resistance

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For general use, 3 ATM water resistance is just fine. If you’re a swimmer or snorkeler, you might not feel comfortable with the Gen 6’s shallow rating. We’d like to see the Gen 7 upgraded to 5 ATM spec, in line with its contemporaries, much cheaper watches, and other devices in the Fossil Group stable. It’s not a major issue, but if other watches in the same price range pack a better rating, why settle for the Fossil?

Which upgrade would you like to see most on the Fossil Gen 7?

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Everything We Know About Zack Snyder’S Army Of The Dead Franchise


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Warning: The following post includes some major plot details from Army of the Dead.

What is Army of the Dead?


Army of the Dead is the first standalone project in the franchise. It’s a feature-length film directed by Zack Snyder and written by Snyder, Shay Hatten, and Joby Harold.

The film follows a group of mercenaries led by Scott (Dave Bautista) as they get together to try to pull off a heist in Las Vegas.

The catch? Vegas is now a quarantine zone following a zombie outbreak. The government keeps the zombie threat at bay in Vegas behind massive walls. And to make things even trickier, the government plans to bomb the whole city to end the zombie threat.

This means Scott has to move fast to assemble his team, get in, steal a whole bunch of cash from a safe, and get out. The safe isn’t guarded, and insurance has already covered the loss, so no one’s watching the money. But those pesky zombies aren’t just going to let them at it without a fight.

What’s next in the Army of the Dead franchise?

Are there zombies in Army of Thieves?


A big question that was left open when the Army of the Dead prequel was announced was: will there be zombies?

Dieter wasn’t used to fighting zombies in Army of the Dead, so his central role here is a red flag for anyone hoping for more zombie-slaying fun. A poster revealed last week included the tagline “More safes. Less zombies,” adding a sense that Army of Thieves would jump from the zombie genre more firmly into heist film territory. Or maybe it would ditch the undead altogether.

Now, with a new teaser released at San Diego Comic-Con over the weekend, we have more clarity.

With a reference to the “outbreak in America” and news footage of the zombie plague, the film clearly takes place after people have started turning. But as the film takes place in Europe, it looks as though the zombie semi-apocalypse won’t be too much of a factor. It’s part of the broader world the film exists in, but probably not a huge part of the narrative.

It does look as though the fallout of the zombie outbreak is global though. It can serve as cover for a heist, for instance. Presumably while authorities are focused on preventing the spread of zombie-ism, and financial institutions fret over effects on the economy, a team of thieves can get to work more easily.

More Zack Snyder at Netflix


Outside Army of the Dead, director/producer Zack Snyder is busy at Netflix.

Snyder recently finished a stint as one of the architects of the DC superhero cinematic universe for Warner Bros. At Warner, Snyder directed Man of Steel, Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice, and Justice League.

The latter was plagued by reshoots and eventually finished (and dramatically altered) by director Joss Whedon following the death of Snyder’s daughter. After fan outcry — sometimes devolving into online abuse — Warner green-lit Zack Snyder’s Justice League, which bowed on HBO Max earlier this year, known among fans as “The Snyder Cut.”

Now with DC superheroes (likely) behind him, Snyder and his production company Stone Quarry appears to be pushing full-steam ahead with the streamer. In addition Army of the Dead and its spinoffs, prequels, and potential sequels, he has signed onto an entirely separate project at Netflix: Rebel Moon.

Rebel Moon will see Snyder reteam with Army of the Dead co-screenwriter Shay Hatten. It will tell the story of a young woman tasked with recruiting warriors to help defend her home planet when an evil tyrant invades the peaceful colony at the edge of the galaxy.


Netflix is still the leading premium streaming service, with over 200 million worldwide subscribers. It offers thousands of movies and TV shows to binge watch, including its always growing list of original films and series, including Stranger Things, The Witcher, Bridgerton, and many more.

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Predictions For Tomorrow’s Apple Event

I’m glad Apple will finally unveil its new iSlate, iTab, iPad, or whatever it will be called tomorrow because I cannot stand all these “rumors” and “leaks” anymore.

Within the last few weeks every Apple-related blog has been leaking some rumors that are mostly unfounded and that only serve one goal: generating traffic to their sites. I don’t know if you noticed, but I didn’t post such article once because I don’t want to drag my lovely readers (that’s you) into these pointless conversations.

These websites spreading the rumors or leaks seldom make predictions though. They don’t, because predictions are your own opinions and they can be held accountable for them in case they are wrong.

I like to make predictions. Unlike most major iPhone blogs out there, I don’t have an editor watching over my shoulder and I can say whatever I want. If I am wrong, well, I’m wrong. The world doesn’t stop! If I’m right though (which I usually am), then no big deal either; I’ll just be in your face saying “I told you so” 😉

I made 10 predictions for the iPhone in 2010 at the beginning of the month and I stand behind these. Today, I’d like to make 5 predictions for tomorrow’s Apple event.

1. The Tablet Name

First things first. The name of this tablet. The rumors call it the iSlate. I really think iSlate is a terrible name. It just doesn’t sound right. To me it sounds like some torture instrument used by Iraqi insurgents. I have no idea what it could be called but my prediction is that it will not be called the iSlate. Apple has much more class than that.

2. The OS

Everyone is excited about OS 4.0. See, the iPhone OS and the tablet OS are pretty much the same so releasing OS 4.0 for the tablet tomorrow would mean releasing OS 4.0 for the iPhone too. Then what would Apple have to unveil for the iPhone in June? Just new hardware? No! I predict that the tablet will run OS 3.2. OS 4.0 will not be available until June or July of this year, when Apple announces the new iPhone.

3. The Launch Date

Don’t expect to get yourself a tablet anytime for the next few months. While many people think the tablet will be available for sale right away, I predict it won’t be available for a few months. If I had to give a date, I would say April 2010.

4. The Network

I’m really not sure about this one but I think Apple will go with Verizon. My heart tells me Apple will choose Verizon, but my head tells me they want to stick with AT&T. Which one should I listen to? Ok, I have to make a decision, I say Verizon!

5. AT&T’s iPhone Exclusivity

There has been many rumors saying that AT&T will lose the iPhone exclusivity tomorrow. I don’t think so. I believe this event is about the tablet, not the iPhone. Even if Apple chooses Verizon for the tablet, it doesn’t mean it will drop AT&T for the iPhone. I believe that after tomorrow, AT&T will remain the exclusive iPhone carrier in the US.

Apple Car: Here’S What We Know So Far

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Few things are confirmed about the legendary Apple Car beyond it being some sort of large-scale automotive project. As usual, the iPhone maker is being as secretive as possible — yet there have been far too many reported hires, deals, and other developments for its auto work to be purely experimental. Here’s what you need to know to get up to speed with the Apple Car.

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How much will the Apple Car cost?

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No one can say. Apple is likely years away from finalizing a design. We do know that EVs are costlier than gas guzzlers, and that vehicles with self-driving tech are even more expensive. While the margins for EV production are bound to come down as the industry transitions, it’s hard to imagine an Apple Car cheaper than the Tesla Model 3, which starts just under $40,000 without government incentives. You can get EVs for less — a barebones trim of the Nissan Leaf starts a little over $27,000 — but Apple won’t want to be seen as a budget pick.

If Apple focuses on its usual “premium” market, prices could rise even higher. For reference, adding a self-driving package to the Model 3 raises its price tag by $10,000, and you’re looking at another $10,000 if you want to boost range from 262 miles to 353. Apple will probably want to avoid the wallet-shredding costs of luxury EVs like the Tesla Model S or Porsche Taycan.

When will the Apple Car go on sale?

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In late 2023, well-connected analyst Ming-Chi Kuo forecast a launch sometime between 2025 and 2027, assuming full-scale development was already underway, according to AppleInsider. He cautioned though that the car could arrive in 2028 or later, depending on changes in the EV market and self-driving tech, which might force Apple to adapt. Bloomberg backed up this idea with a report in November 2023, claiming that while Apple is aiming for 2025, Titan insiders are skeptical about avoiding delays.

All predictions should be treated skeptically until Apple makes an announcement. There was a point — around 2024 — when publications like the Wall Street Journal were rumoring a launch as soon as 2023 or 2023. That would’ve required the project to fire on all cylinders, and even then many people (rightly) thought those dates were too optimistic.

All predictions should be treated skeptically until Apple makes an announcement.

Sure enough, the company has run into many stumbling blocks, including not just layoffs and refocusing, but multiple leadership swaps. Steve Zadesky, one of the project’s originators, left in January 2024 (Reuters). The most recent departure was Doug Field, who in September 2023 seized an opportunity with Ford (Macrumors). Apple software executive Kevin Lynch, best known for shepherding the Apple Watch, has since taken the project’s helm, Bloomberg says.

The bottom line

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There are a lot of unanswered questions beyond the ones we’ve raised. What sort of OS will the Apple Car run? Will it have a windshield display, given Apple’s interest in augmented reality? How far and fast will it go?

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The bottom line is that while development seems to be picking up, Apple is still getting its ducks in a row, which means it’s too early to be talking about specs, prices, or dates with any confidence. What we do know could flip on a dime. The company could decide to scale back its ambitions, for example offering a self-driving platform for the big automakers. Or it could scrap its investment entirely — but with the rhetoric out of people like Cook, it sounds like we should expect something in the next few years.

Samsung Galaxy Watch Sleep Tracking: Everything You Need To Know

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The Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 and Galaxy Watch 4 are two of the best smartwatches and fitness trackers around. Beyond tracking health metrics and exercises, the duo can also monitor your sleep. This includes the quality and length of your shuteye and the factors contributing to a good or bad night’s sleep. Read on to learn more about mastering the Galaxy Watch sleep tracking experience.

Most smartwatches use a combination of sensors to detect when the wearer drifts off to sleep, and the Galaxy Watch is no exception. It uses the onboard accelerometer to detect movement and mates this with user data acquired from its sensor array.

It should be said that no fitness tracker is truly accurate, so you should never use sleep data for self-diagnosis. Instead, the data helps spot trends and highlight potential problems.

The best Samsung smartwatches track a host of facets during sleep. This data is collated and displayed in Samsung Health on your phone and the Galaxy Watch. The chief features are listed below.

Sleep score

Total sleep time: Sleeping too much or too little will negatively affect your sleep score. Samsung believes adults should get between 6 and 9 hours of shuteye a night.

Sleep cycles: The body doesn’t just spend all sleep hours in a single state during slumber. A sleep cycle usually lasts around 90 minutes and is one complete progression of the four sleep stages of non-REM and REM sleep. According to Samsung, adults should have between 3 to 7 cycles per night to achieve a high sleep score.

Movements and awakenings: This one is pretty self-explanatory. The Galaxy Watch records what percentage of sleep is interrupted. A figure between 10% and 40% is ideal.

Physical recovery: According to Samsung, this factor is directly related to deep sleep, often regarded as the physically restorative phase of sleep. Also presented as a percentage, a 40% or above figure is considered excellent.

Mental recovery: Finally, REM sleep is related to mental recovery. A 60% or above figure will contribute to a high sleep score.

Two additional factors that the Galaxy Watch monitors that don’t contribute to the sleep score include:

Actual sleep time: The amount of sleep when interruptions and awake spells are subtracted.

Calories burnt: Your body’s energy consumption during sleep measured in kcal.

Interestingly, Samsung doesn’t attach a descriptor to the number provided, unlike Fitbit. This makes it pretty tough to decipher if your score is good, average, or terrible. However, it does provide the average for your given age group.

This could change with the Galaxy Watch 6. Samsung is tweaking how it displays sleep scores on One UI 5 Watch. A word-based score will accompany sleep scores, while your sleep symbol will also be displayed alongside the score. We talk more about sleep symbols in our sleep coaching section.

Sleep chart and sleep stages

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Like most sleep trackers, Samsung Health also displays sleep stage data in chart and graph form for those who want a more in-depth view of their night. Under the sleep chart section, you’ll find a timeline of your latest sleep spell, complete with a sleep stage breakdown on the Y-axis. You can find total sleep stage times below this chart, represented in a bar graph of the total time spent in each stage and the typical range.

Samsung records four sleep stages:

Awake: Samsung explains that these can be “brief periods of awakenings” or moments when you’re “waking up completely.” This can include position changes during sleep. So if you’re a restless sleeper, expect this figure to be fairly high. Ideally, it should make up 0%-9% of your total sleep time.

REM: This is the sleep stage named after the rapid eye movement that occurs. Dreaming also often takes place during this stage. It should account for 19%-27% of sleep time.

Light: This is the lightest sleep period when you are most likely to wake. Typically, this period accounts for the most significant amount of sleep time, between 44%-59%.

Deep: Finally, Samsung describes deep sleep as the stage with the lowest brain, heart, and breathing activity. It’s also essential for the body’s physical recovery. Sleepers usually spend 10%-12% in this stage.

Blood oxygen during sleep


Sleep consistency

Finally, sleep consistency is also tracked. Samsung Health displays the bedtime and wake-up times of the previous seven days compared to the set targets in this section.

You can tap the small graph icon at the top-right of the Sleep section’s page for a broader look at historical data. Select Sleep time in the drop-down arrow on the left-hand side. You can pick between a week, 31 days, and 12 months. For each period, Samsung Health will also display average bedtime and wake-up times and the average amount of daily sleep.

How to use sleep coaching

In early 2023, Samsung rolled out a sleep coaching feature to help users improve the quality of their rest over four weeks.

Before coaching begins, users are assigned a sleep symbol or animal based on their answers to two questions and historical sleep data. Each animal represents a type of sleeper. For instance, I’m a Nervous penguin. Interestingly, answering “no” to “Do you think you have trouble sleeping at night?” turned me into an Unconcerned lion.

Once you’ve tapped Next on the sleep symbol screen, Samsung Health will outline a four-week program. It uses several suggestions themed for each week. For instance, here’s the program I was assigned:

Week 1: Discover the 3 sleep factors

Week 2: Relax before bed

Week 3: Get out of bed quickly

Week 4: Relax before bed (review)

How to get the best sleep with the Galaxy Watch

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While the Galaxy Watch sleep tracking features can help you improve your shuteye, there are other handy tips to bolster the quality of your rest. We’re not talking about sleep coaching, either. There are several practical things you can do to get better sleep.

Use Bedtime mode

Bedtime mode is effectively a Do Not Disturb mode that cancels all audio and vibration alerts except your alarm. Always-on display, touch screen to wake, and raise wrist to wake will also be disabled as long as Bedtime mode is active.

To enable Bedtime mode:

We recommend activating Turn on as scheduled and ensuring this time mirrors your bedtime and wake-up goals.

Set an alarm

Relying on your self-discipline in the morning is a recipe for disaster. While phone alarms have their purpose, smartwatch alarms provide a more gentle waking experience.

To set alarms on your Galaxy Watch:

Wear your watch correctly

To ensure your Galaxy Watch tracks accurately and reliability, wear your watch correctly. According to Samsung, your watch should be positioned the width of two fingers above your ulna, the pointy bone on your wrist. A snug fit will improve blood oxygen and heart rate monitoring throughout the night and tracking accuracy.

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