Next-gen Apple Watches Might Monitor Your Body Temperature and Blood Sugar

Bloomberg reported on Monday (June 14), citing sources, that Apple is working to make future improvements to the Apple Watch, including faster speeds and sensors for monitoring body temperature and blood sugar, as well as special editions for extreme sports. Sources told Bloomberg that it might be called Apple Watch Series 7, which will be equipped with a faster processor, improved wireless connection, and a slimmer and updated display.
According to Bloomberg News, this extreme sports model, which will be released in 2022, will be an adventure version that will compete with Garmin and Casio’s more rugged watches. The body temperature component is considered part of testing for COVID-19, but it is not done. Exit at the expected speed. This feature will now be included in the 2022 update to compete with the characteristics of smartwatches such as Fitbit, which Alphabet’s Google now owns. Blood glucose sensors are also under development but are not expected to be put into commercial use immediately.
The blood glucose monitoring function will differentiate the Apple Watch from any other products on the market. Apple’s goal is to provide a solution that can test blood through the skin without requiring the user to prick a finger or enter a number. At the Global Development Conference held this month, Apple announced that it could include a digital ID that can be placed in a wallet. Users can create an ID card by adding their state ID or driver’s license to their Apple Wallet. The identity certificate is encrypted and can be used at airport security checkpoints. Users can also add digital keys to their homes, offices, cars, and hotels. The watchOS eight updates also provide new features. Apple Watch also has a new home application that allows users to control better intelligent home tools, such as seeing who is at the front door. Some users can also choose to add transportation cards from specific cities in the United States and mainland China.
Apple Watch was launched in April 2015 and quickly became the best-selling wearable device: 4.2 million units were sold in the second quarter of 2015, and more than 100 million people are expected to use the Apple Watch in December 2020. The new generation of Apple Watch has an improved internal structure every September. With some exceptions, Apple will label it as a “series.” Initially, it was sold in various models, defined by the material, color, and size of the case (except for the inexpensive Series 1 and SE watches, which are only available in aluminum).
Starting from Series 3, it is used for LTE honeycomb through the options in the aluminum variant of the connection, which is standard for other materials. The straps that come with the watch can be selected from several Apple options and aluminum watches co-branded with Nike and stainless steel watches co-branded with Hermès, including exclusive straps and digital dials with these companies’ trademarks.

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