Apple Watch Series 6 Includes Blood Oxygen Gauge

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    Sep.15 — Apple Inc. announced the Apple Watch Series 6 with additional health features and a new low-end model called the Apple Watch SE as it looks to extend its share of the smartwatch market. (Source: Apple)

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