Good news for Apple Watch users, WatchOS 9.4 update, is coming soon. Apple just released the watchOS update notes. The new update will prevent users from accidentally turning off their watch alarm while sleeping. It is worth noting that the software update is in beta testing.
Previously, when users used to place their palms on display for at least three seconds, the watch would activate the Cover to Mute feature. Most importantly, the watch mutes all sounds when an alarm sounds. You can turn on Cover to Mute in the Settings app on your Apple Watch.
Snooze No More: Apple watchOS 9.4 Update Puts An End To Oversleeping
Apple cares about the sleep of its Watch users; we’re not kidding. The latest WatchOS 9.4 release notes tell the real story. In short, if you put your Watch alarm in Sleep Focus mode, the Cover to Mute feature won’t work. It also won’t silence the alarm if you put your palm on display.
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Sleep Focus mode is the standout feature in the WatchOS 9.4 update. This can be a great addition in many ways. For example, the watch will not silence the alarm if users accidentally place their palms on display while sleeping.
Other Features In WatchOS 9.4 Release Notes:
This update is beneficial for the Apple Watch in many ways. In addition to the sleep focus mode, users will also get a cycle tracking feature. This new feature supports retrospective ovulation estimation. In addition, users in Moldova and Ukraine will have access to cycle deviation alerts. Apple Watch users in Moldova, Ukraine, Thailand, Malaysia, and Colombia can access Fib History.
According to the WatchOS 9.4 release notes, users will be able to use new emoji characters such as blackbird, donkey, peapod, hyacinth, shaking head, and more. The WatchOS 9.4 update is now available for beta testers, and we can expect it to be released sometime next week. Apple is also beta testing iOS 16.4, iPadOS 16.4, macOS 13.3, and tvOS 16.4