By James Pero For Dailymail.com
Published: 20:19 BST, 3 September 2019 | Updated: 20:58 BST, 3 September 2019
A new feature for the Apple Watch will look to help users get more restful sleep.
According to a report from 9to5Mac which cites sources inside Apple, the company is currently developing a new app for its Apple Watch that will track users' data in order to help improve the quality of their shut-eye.
The feature, reportedly codenamed 'Burrito' will use multiple sensors on the watch to track different sleep metrics including heart rate, movement, and noise levels for users who wear their Apple Watch to bed.
Apple wants to use its Apple Watch to help you track your sleep quality and hopefully improve it. A new feature will reportedly leverage the watch's sensors to track heart rate, movement, and more
That data will then be parsed and displayed to users via Apple's Health app as well as a new yet-to-be-unveiled Sleep app, says 9to5Mac.
To help combat an inevitable conundrum created by the fact that most users wait until bedtime to recharge their depleted devices, Apple will reportedly send users notifications to remind them to charge their watch before heading off to bed.
In addition to the new sleep-tracking features, 9to5Mac reports that Apple will also tinker with the way its alarms and 'Do Not Disturb' function operates.
If users get up and begin moving around before their alarm goes off, the Apple Watch will automatically turn users' alarms off.
The new feature will also change alarms to play on the Apple Watch only, using iPhones as a backup in addition to automatically turning on 'Do Not Disturb' -- which silences notifications -- when users go to bed.
It's unclear if the new features will be available on all Apple Watches or if they will