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Apple’s next generation Apple Watch could measure blood pressure and body temperature

September 2, 2021

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Apple wants its smartwatch device to be able track various health measurements without requiring users have other devices or wear extra equipment. The patents describe using optical sensors in future wearable devices that can detect blood flow through vessels close beneath the skin surface of your wrist with little interference from muscle tissue layer between it and you watch face. With an image captured independently for each eye, this would allow doctors check whether patients’ optic nerves are responding properly as part of routine exams even if they don’t use painful staining dyes like those used now (which carry their own risks). Doctors may also find such

We know Apple Inc sees their smart devices being increasingly used for health related monitoring. They are interested in developing technology to monitor people more closely and potentially prevent serious conditions from taking hold or worsening. Apple Inc believe they can play a major role in some day going forward where you can take your own data as it is recording all your activities and it notes vital signs, like heart rate variability.

As we see Apple increasingly focusing on it’s smart device as a tool that is integral in the realm of healthcare, this will help revolutionise medical technology and allow people with chronic illnesses such as asthma or heart problems monitor their own condition easier than ever before . It will also give them more information about how they can medicate themselves better through these tools.

As the Ads for the watch end with the tagline “The future of health is on your wrist.” the future of our health is indeed on our wrist

Rumors suggest iPhone 13 be announced on Tuesday 14 September 2021; rumour also has it that it will be released Friday 24th September.

According to “The Wall Street Journal” (WSJ), Apple Inc. is working on new health-related features for its Apple Watch — a tool to tell users when their blood pressure is increasing and a thermometer feature that will help with fertility planning, according to people familiar with the plans and internal company documents.

WSJ says it found out that the fertility feature could be available as soon as 2022.

Apple is taking digital health to the next level with its planned new features. The company’s newest innovations plans are designed with users in mind, and can help people manage their most important health issues without having to go see a doctor or specialist.

Apple Inc. is making strides in the health industry by adding new features to its popular watch.

These innovations are great news for anyone who wants their wearable device to be more than just an activity tracker or fashion statement! For many of us, our watches have become indispensable items that we wear every day — so it’s nice to know they can also serve as helpful tools when it comes to staying healthy too.

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