Apple today began selling a new Beddit sleep monitor identified as model 3.5 after receiving FCC approval for the product earlier this week.
The new version looks similar to the previous Beddit 3 sleep monitor, so we’ll have to dive deeper and see if there are any major differences.
The new version is also listed on Beddit’s website.
More details to follow…
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