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Apple Watch Series 7 Works With Body Temperature, Blood Sugar Sensors

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Apple Watch models need no introduction. The company is working on its latest Apple watch models, speed upgrades, spanning display, and health features. Besides this, they are also working on body temperature and blood sugar sensors. Apple plans to refresh its Apple Watch series this year with a model like Apple Watch Series 7. This is by adding enhanced wireless connectivity, an updated screen, a faster processor, and an updated screen. 

In fact, next year, the company plans to update its watch with a successor for the lower-end Apple watch SE. It is also with the latest version targeting sports athletes. Previously, the company had aimed to put body temperature sensors in the watch, but now it will be included in the 2022 update. Moreover, the blood-sugar sensor would aid diabetic monitor their glucose level. 

What’s updated in Apple Watch Series 7?

This year Apple has tested a new lamination technique and thinner display borders that brings the display near to the front cover. This new watch is likely to be thicker but not too much that it is noticeable to the user. It will include an updated ultra-wideband functionality which is also available in Apple AirTag item finder. In early June, at its developer conference, Apple previewed the upcoming watchOS 8 software update that enables devices to unlock hotel rooms and doors. 

The extreme sports model can either be adventure or explorer edition was in development this year. However, it will launch in 2022. Besides this, this new model would also help Apple compete with rugged offerings from Casio and Garmin like players. 

Blood sugar monitoring has been long in the Apple works and would be an unrivaled feature. The company is currently dependent on apps for letting users input their glucose levels manually. On the other hand, companies like Dexcom provide blood sugar monitors for sharing data with Apple watch users. In this, users need to prick their finger to get blood for a precise glucose test. However, Apple is now aiming for a non-invasive solution that analyses blood sugar levels through the skin. Apple Watch has been a major part of Apple’s product portfolio since 2015. With iPad and iPhone, it fills out the hardware ecosystem of the company. In fact, it helped Apple’s home and accessory categories, and broader wearables generate more than $30 billion in the last fiscal year. 

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