We are close to the Apple Watch 7, but there have been some leaks about the features of the Apple Watch 8 next year.
According to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo (via Apple Insider), Apple plans to include a body temperature monitor in the next year’s Watch — a feature that sounds quite handy during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Given Apple’s dedication to health-related features, the inclusion of a temperature sensor would not be out of place. Apple Watch 6 is the current version of this wearable. It has a heart monitor, blood oxygen monitor and an electrocardiogram.
Although we would prefer to see the sensor for body temperature in the next iteration, that seems very unlikely. Kuo also has good news for the Apple Watch 7.
Kuo claimed that Apple has resolved these problems and the Apple Watch 7 will launch this month, following reports that it would be hard to find the product when it launches.
Kuo spoke out about the Apple Watch 7’s new features, stating that the most significant change would be a “dramatic design change.” The Watch 7 will feature a smaller display and a flat design, as we’ve heard before. However, it is worth noting that since the first version, the Watch’s design has remained the same.
The Apple Watch 7 and iPhone 13 will be revealed on September 14, so keep checking back for more information.
Publited Fri, 10 Sep 2021 at 12:47.52 +0000