Apple has launched the first Beddit sleep tracker. The Beddit 3.5 Sleep Monitor is a thin sensor strip that can be put under the bedsheet to follow body developments as the night progressed. It’s accessible to buy now for $150 on Apple’s site and in stores.
Like the past Beddit Sleep Monitors, the new 3.5 model Beddit still a 2mm thin strip that you lay over your sleeping cushion and power by means of USB. It interfaces with an iPhone application for sending sleep following information to the Beddit application and Apple’s Health application (with consent), it’s as yet publicized as not requiring a “wearable” like the Apple Watch — in spite of the fact that Beddit has an Apple Watch application for following snoozes.
The new form is additionally recorded on Beddit’s site. It is good with the iPhone 5s or later with iOS 12 or later and all Apple Watch models with watchOS 4.3 or later.
The Apple Watch Series 4 still doesn’t offer any local sleep-following abilities, yet for the time being, there are third-party applications that’ll help track your sleep time, including Beddit’s very own application. Up to that point, Apple’s new Beddit Sleep Monitor is hoping to fill that hole.