Before the big iPhone event last month, rumors suggested that Apple was planning to add sleep tracking to the Apple Watch. Then the event came and went and no sleep tracking announcements made. However, now Apple may have accidentally confirmed that sleep tracking support is indeed coming to the Apple Watch.
Apple posted screenshot for the Alarms app on the Apple Watch that mentioned an app called "Sleep" that hasn't been officially announced. The reference to the Sleep app was spotted by MacRumors, and Apple has since updated the screenshot to remove the mention of the Sleep app.
"Set your bedtime and wake up in the Sleep app," said the screenshot.
The new Sleep app is expected to give you an overview of your sleeping habits using your Apple Watch. The app will reportedly also give you bedtime and battery charging reminders. It's rumored that Apple will recommend you have at least 30 percent battery life on your Apple Watch to make sure it has enough power while you're asleep.
Rumors have said that Apple could launch its sleep tracking app by 2020. At least with today's leak, we've got pretty solid confirmation that a Sleep app for Apple Watch is in the works.