On Friday, Apple received FCC clearance and registered on FCC site and release a new sleep monitor product which looks like an updated version of the Beddit 3.5 Sleep Monitor since Apple purchased the Finnish company in 2017. The Beddit monitor is a thin sensor strip which can be placed under the bedsheet to track body movement throughout the night. It is available to purchase now for $150 on Apple’s website and in stores.
It is currently available in Apple stores and shipping offer is also present. The 2mm thin sleep tracker can measure sleep time, heart rate, breathing, snoring, and bedroom temperature and humidity. The sleep monitor has an advantage over other fitness trackers is that you don’t need the activity tracker to wear it on the bed or need to remember to use it.
You can also connect it to Apple watch which can show you sleep report notifications, bedtime reminders, and nudges when synced. Your sleep analysis and heart rate data are also accessible through the Health app on iOS 12, the Apple watch series 4 does not offer any native Sleep tracking abilities, but there are some third party apps which help in tracking your bedtime including Beddit own app.
It is the first revision to Beddit 3.5 Sleep Monitor with a slight design change to the actual hardware along with an iOS app for managing the sleep monitor has a new version as well Whereas Android support for Beddit has been removed from their website.
The original Beddit iOS app on the current Beddit developer account has updated and rebranded specifically version 3.0 of the sleep monitor hardware. Too, a new Beddit app has appeared under Apple’s developer account along with the support for the brand new 3.5 hardware.