Apple’s sleep tracking company Beddit releases new ‘3.5’ sleep monitor

“Earlier this week, Apple received FCC clearance with a new sleep monitor product that looked like an updated version of the Beddit Sleep Monitor that it acquired in 2017,” Zac Hall reports for 9to5Mac. “Today the updated Beddit Sleep Monitor 3.5 (replacing version 3.0) is now available through the Apple Store.”

“The new Beddit Sleep Monitor 3.5 retails for $149.95 and is currently available in Apple Stores and ships to customers in a few days,” Hall reports. “The first revision to the Beddit Sleep Monitor since Apple bought the sleep tracking company includes a slight design change to the actual hardware, and the iOS app for managing the sleep monitor has a new version as well.”

Hall reports. “All mentions of Android support are also removed from the Beddit website as far as we can tell.”

Read more in the full article here.

MacDailyNews Note: The Beddit Sleep Monitor 3.5 is in the Apple Store here.

Apple buys Beddit, a company with an Apple Watch sleep-tracking app – May 10, 2017
Apple reportedly working on sleep tracker for the Apple Watch – September 27, 2016
Apple to expand HealthKit from tracker to diagnosis tool; new Apple Watch apps for sleep tracking, fitness levels in pipeline – September 26, 2016
Apple files patent application for heart-monitoring wearable device – August 12, 2016
Apple working on all-new, advanced health-tracking hardware; years in the making – August 9, 2016
Tim Cook hints Apple might build a health device – November 10, 2015

1 Comment

  1. The good: This device and App are a unique way to track sleep, heart rate, breathing rate, temp of room, humidity of room, leaving and entering the bed and it works very well. Great support and info on their website.

    The Bad: Since Apple bought them support has been almost non-existent and the user data part of the website was shut down. Have yet to find an Apple Support person that even knows what Beddit is.

    I hope Apple gets this straightened out soon.

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