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Apple Watch Series 8 Arrives Today: All the Rumors You Should Know Before You Go

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The Apple Watch Series 8 It is expected to be announced along with the rumours iPhone 14 in company launch event today and may mark several milestones for Apple’s popular smartwatch. Maybe he’ll get in first the new “Pro” version for extreme sports and the temperature sensor is on. That’s when the reports from Bloomberg and The Wall Street Journal prove to be true.

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Series 7, which Apple introduced with iPhone 13 line not many significant changes happened last september other than him enlarged screenfaster charging and improved durability. Aside from the expected temperature sensor, the standard 8 Series could follow the same path. This is reported by Bloomberg The Series 8 hardware will be broadly similar to the Series 7 hardware.

We’ll know for sure once Apple announces its next smartwatch. The company is expected to introduce the Series 8, the Pro version of the Series 8 and the new Apple Watch SE soon. Until then, current Apple Watch owners will get new software features when WatchOS 9 debuts this fall.

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Health: Apple Watch Series 8 may debut with a temperature sensor

Years before the pandemic, Apple already had long-term health ambitions for its popular wrist accessory, with CEO Tim Cook calling health “Apple’s greatest contribution to humanity.” And according to reports in Bloomberg and The Wall Street JournalApple could advance that ambition by adding a temperature sensor to the Apple Watch Series 8.

According to reports, the temperature measurement feature could bring new fertility planning tools to Apple’s smartwatch. More late Bloomberg report suggests that Series 8 can detect fever. But this does not mean that you should rely on certain temperature readings, as when using a standard thermometer. Instead, Bloomberg says it’s more likely to be able to tell if you might have a fever, and recommends using a special thermometer or checking with your doctor.

According to reports, Apple also has a number of other health features in its plans, although such tools are still in development. These include glucose monitoring, a tool that alerts users when their blood oxygen levels drop, sleep apnea detection and blood pressure monitoring, according to the Journal and Bloomberg. But these features are expected to be a long way off and likely won’t appear on the Apple Watch for years. Bloomberg reported that an instrument for measuring blood pressure will not be ready until 2024 at the earliest.

The blood pressure technology would likely work by using sensors to measure the speed of the wave that a heartbeat sends through a person’s arteries, the Journal reported. Unlike traditional blood pressure monitoring cuffs, which are usually worn on the shoulders, they do not provide measurements of baseline systolic and diastolic blood pressure. Instead, it will tell you how your blood pressure changes, the report says. Samsung previously included a similar blood pressure feature in the Galaxy Watch 4which is available in some countries and regions such as South Korea and Europe where it has received regulatory approval.

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New model: rugged Apple Watch Pro

In accordance with Bloomberg, Apple will launch its biggest smartwatch this fall. Called the Apple Watch Pro or Apple Watch Explorer Edition, this new model will reportedly have a larger nearly 2-inch screen, a larger battery, and a more rugged design compared to the standard flagship model. This watch is designed for those who do extreme sports and other outdoor activities.

According to the report, the increased display means the Apple Watch Pro will have 7% more screen real estate than the biggest Apple Watch, the Series 7. This could tie in nicely with the new watch faces Apple just announced in WatchOS 9. Bloomberg has been reporting on this new rugged Apple Watch since last year, but recently released new details about the screen size and larger battery.

Design: Apple Watch Series 8 may get a new size

Overall, the overall aesthetic of the Apple Watch has remained largely unchanged since the original made waves in 2015. But Apple is rumored to be adding another new size to the Apple Watch after the Series 7’s larger display. According to messages on Twitter According to display analyst Ross Young, a third size Apple Watch could go on sale this year. Bloomberg it also says there has been internal discussion that the Series 8 will get an updated display, but it’s unclear if that means its size will change.

However, there is a possibility that this new display size could be exclusive to the so-called Apple Watch Pro. And July 6 Bloomberg reports says the new rugged Apple Watch will have a screen measuring nearly two inches diagonally, while the regular Series 8’s display will be the same size as the Series 7’s.

Performance: Similar to the 7 Series

Apple doesn’t plan to make any major changes to the Series 8’s performance Bloomberg. The Series 8 processor reportedly shares the same specs as the Series 7 chip, which already shares a lot of similarities with the Series 6 chip. Apple is saving a more significant processor upgrade for next year’s Apple Watch, according to Bloomberg.

The decision to essentially keep the same processor for three generations of the Apple Watch makes a lot of sense. This suggests that the Apple Watch has matured to the point where performance changes from year to year are not very dramatic. Instead, the biggest areas where the Apple Watch is showing signs of growth include health tracking and new software features, as Apple showed with WatchOS 9.

Battery life: New low power mode

Since the Series 8 is expected to have a processor similar to the Series 7, I expect battery life to remain the same as well. But the Series 8 may get another update aimed at extending battery life: a new low-power mode. Bloomberg reported earlier that WatchOS 9 will include a new low-power mode that will allow the watch to run certain apps and features while saving battery life. This feature didn’t make it to Apple’s latest software update, but to a later one Bloomberg report suggests it could be exclusive to Apple’s next-generation smartwatch. The Apple Watch Pro is also rumored to have a larger battery, according to Bloomberg.

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