The new Apple Smart Watch reveals your body temperature and blood sugar levels

Experienced technology company Apple is working on a new model of its smartwatch. According to the report, features such as body temperature and blood sugar sensors can be seen with the larger display on the new Apple Watch. The company’s plan was to give the body temperature feature in this year’s upcoming Apple Watch Series 7, but now it looks like it will be offered in 2022. Let us tell you that in the Kovid-19 era, measuring body temperature is an important issue. The demand for digital thermometers also increased during this period.

Likewise, blood-sugar sensors that help monitor glucose levels will take several more years to come. Apart from the upcoming Apple Watch next year, the company may also release the Apple Watch SE, an affordable model and a special model for sports athletes. This year the Apple Watch Series 7 can offer better wireless connectivity and a faster processor than before.

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The smartwatch should be able to open the door
In the upcoming models this year, the company will use a new lamination technology with thinner edges on the display, with the help of which the display is placed closer to the front cover. It is a bit thinner than before, though users can feel it. There is an updated ultra-wideband function, which acts as Apple Airtag’s Item Finder feature.

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At its developer conference, Apple previewed the WatchOS 8 software update, which allows users to unlock doors and hotel rooms with a smartwatch. Reportedly, the smartwatch’s sports model could be named the Explorer or Adventure version. It could be launched this year or 2022. Through the sports version, Apple will be able to compete with companies like Garmin and Casio in the rugged smartwatch segment.

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