According to a survey, the Apple Watch could be able to track the wearer’s blood pressure in the future, in addition to glucose and alcohol levels. According to reports, the Cupertino-based corporation has reached an agreement with a British electronics startup that develops sensors for blood monitoring using infrared light. The release date of the rumoured latest Apple Watch model is unknown at this time. To refresh your memory,
Apple is also said to be working on a new durable version. According to those familiar with the production, the second model would be targeted at athletes and extreme sports fans.
According to The Telegraph, which was relayed by The Indian Express,
According to a US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) filing for the startup Rockley Photonics, Apple is one of a few major clients. It’s likely that glucose and alcohol testing will be used in a potential Apple Watch model. According to the startup, the two biggest clients accounted for 100 percent of the company’s sales in 2020, and 99.6 percent in 2019.
Rockley Photonics creates sensors for measuring health and fitness, which include applications such as blood measurements using infrared light, according to the company. These sensors are said to be able to measure blood pressure, glucose, and alcohol levels. The startup’s partnership with Apple, which is planning to go public in New York, shows that
The study also quoted Rockley Photonics CEO Andrew Rickman, who stated that the company’s technologies will be in consumer goods by 2022. He did not, however, state if the technology would be used on Apple devices. Apple Watch now has a monitor that measures heart rhythm. Apple is also said to be working on a new rugged version known as the Explorer Edition.
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