The Apple Watch Series 6 is arguably the world’s most popular smartwatch. According to Strategy Analytics, Apple sold more smartwatches or fitness trackers last year than the entire Swiss watch industry combined, moving 31 million units in a year. The Apple Watch, now in its sixth generation, is far more than a smartwatch and far outperforms fitness trackers. This review examines how well the watch performs. The purpose of this review is to see how well the watch does its job. For this review, we received a 44mm cellular Apple Watch.

Apple Watch Series 6 Features:

This year, the Watch offers many new options above and beyond its usual features. In addition to the ECG, this year’s big addition is the SpO2 sensor, which can track more exercises, including Dance Dance, Crazy Bright Performance, and more hosts. Being a cellular variant, the Apple Watch Series 6 works with Airtel and Geo networks, and now, a few years later, with the Vodafone / Idea network. This year, Apple is also introducing two new colors; The product at the aluminum end is red and blue. Despite some of the new features that come with the Watch new capabilities have been introduced for the WatchOS 7, including sleep tracking, handwash detection, app-based issues, and more. Fast forward to charging the S6 system in the most important update package of the Apple Watch Series 6 before hardware.


Smart Features:

The best way to capture the smart capabilities of the Apple Watch Series 6 is to call it the miniature iPhone on your wrist. With cellular connectivity, you can keep your phone at home during your workout and still be connected to the world. There is no WhatsApp yet for the Apple Watch, but apart from that, you can also get calls, messages, and emails on your wrist. One of the most popular fitness apps is the Apple Watch compatible app. So you don’t have to give up anything you need. Additionally, Apple Watch’s UI is probably the simplest of all smartwatches. The Rise to Speak feature makes Siri helpful, especially if you have to shoot text or email that you must have in your hands, hold the ume while driving. The built-in microphone works well for taking calls, but only when you extend the clock towards your face.

Battery Life:

Apple has succeeded in crushing many sensors and features in the Apple Watch. Heart rate tracking throughout the day with intermittent SpO2 readings. A display that is constantly bright and constantly connected to Bluetooth on the iPhone, can cause damage to the battery. In this case, like the Series 5, Apple is still able to claim 18 hours of battery life.

On the one hand, you’re happy to get all these new features without touching the battery life. However, you realized that Apple did not have battery life. I was able to drive smoothly for about 18 hours before charging the clock. When it is annoying, it is a serious error. It affects the calculation of your “relaxed” scales such as heart rate, burning calories. If you ignore them, this is a difference in your daily health data, and this is not something I like. The silver lining here is that instead of charging for hours on the new S6 CP. The Apple Watch Series 6 Zero reaches 100 in 90 minutes.

Apple Watch Series 6 Fitness Track:

This applies to bed bugs who have found a drive to lose some weight or to experienced athletes. Who want to oversee their training process. The most important addition in that regard is the addition of the SpO2 sensor. While everyone cares about the importance of this hardware about COVID-19, its use for fitness is equally important. This watch finally offers the ability to track VO2 max. A measure of how much oxygen your body can use during exercise. From time to time, this number should increase, which is a sign that you are improving your fitness. I used the Apple Watch Series 6 to find out the number of my bike rides, evening walks, and some short runs and here I go.

This combination allows you to track bike speed, GPS, cadence, and heart rate very accurately. Chest-strap-based HR monitors are much more accurate than wrist wearers. The data reported by the Apple Watch and Garmin setup are similar, with very small changes the margin or error comes out well. The mean and maximum heart rate reported by both devices is the same, although wrist-worn devices lag far behind the chest’s HR sensor. This is not a problem at all, but the chest-based HR monitor is getting its data right from the heart, while the Apple Watch gets its data from the wrist, so there will be some delay. Goes.

For more runs, the clocks once again do the number of steps and the admirable work of keeping track of your runs.