The Apple Watch provides a pair of health-tracking features that measure your heart rate and heart rhythm, each officially cleared by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA). However, blood oxygen monitoring that's available on the new Apple Watch Series 6 model doesn't need a clearance from the FDA, and here's why.
Blood Oxygen app
Apple a few days ago noted in a support document that its Blood Oxygen app that comes preloaded on the new Apple Watch Series 6 is unavailable if you set up the wearable device with the company's new Family Setup feature.
Apple last Thursday seeded the first beta of the upcoming watchOS 7.1 software update to its registered developers, but the company's new Blood Oxygen app along with the new watch faces from watchOS 7.0 appear to be missing from the release. Here's what's going on...