The Apple Watch Series 8 is set to debut later this year. This year, Apple is expected to release the Apple Watch Series 8, a refreshed Apple Watch SE, and a new Apple Watch with a rugged design. Apple’s upcoming smartwatches are expected to get a major upgrade in terms of activity tracking, as well as a faster chipset for the new Apple Watch lineup, according to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman.
The Apple Watch Series 8 is expected to include a body temperature sensor
Apple could release three new Apple Watch models, according to Mark Gurman’s latest newsletter, Power On, including an Apple Watch geared toward extreme sports, which could be a rugged smartwatch. He also claims that this year could be the most important in Apple Watch history. He goes on to say that Apple will not be releasing any major new health sensors. The much-discussed body temperature sensor feature, on the other hand, might make it into future models.
Apple is also said to be testing body temperature, blood pressure, and blood sugar sensors for future Apple Watch models, but only the body temperature sensors are expected to be included in the upcoming Apple Watch. Apple Watches are expected to get a new chip and major activity tracking updates.
The Apple Watch Series 3, which was released in 2017, maybe officially retired by the company once the new models arrive later this year, according to Gurman in the newsletter.
In terms of design and appearance, the Watch Series 8 is expected to be similar to the previous-generation smartwatch. It is said to come in three sizes in addition to the 41mm and 45mm. Apple did not change the chipset in the 7 series, but the 8 series will see a significant performance boost as the company prepares to release a new chipset.
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