Apple Inc.’s Apple Watch Series 8, which is due to launch later this year, has the latest news that the watch will feature a temperature sensor.
In the latest Power On column, Bloomberg’s technology reporter Mark Gurman highlights the new sensors for the next-generation Apple Watch, while talking about the future Apple Watch SE 2 and a ruggedized version of the Apple Watch for extreme sports.
According to Gurman, he believes that both the Apple Watch Series 8 and the new Rugged Edition will have body temperature sensing, while the Apple Watch SE 2 will not.
The temperature sensing feature won’t give you specific data, like a forehead or wrist thermometer, but it should be able to tell if you have a fever, and then it may suggest you see a doctor or use a thermometer, although the Apple Watch Series 8 comes with a new The sensor message is useful to the average user, but the point is that this feature requires approval.
IT House reported that Gurman said that other hardware changes in the Apple Watch Series 8 may be small. Previous rumors said that the Apple Watch Series 8 will use the same chip as the Apple Watch Series 6, making it the first Apple Watch Series 8 to use the same chip for three consecutive years. Apple Watch with the same processor. (Reported by Financial Center/Taipei)