Bloomberg analyst Mark Gurman shared new information about the smartwatch Apple Watch 7. The device will not have the highly anticipated blood sugar measurement feature.
Mark Gurman, a trusted Bloomberg analyst, shared some important technical details about the upcoming Apple Watch 7 smartwatch.
The next-generation Apple Watch will reportedly not have the function of monitoring blood sugar levels, as mentioned earlier. The launch of the smartwatch model with such a feature is expected to take place after 2022. Because this technology is not yet at the desired level, and Samsung does not yet intend to use it in its smartwatches.
As for the Apple Watch 7, it is stated that the screen of the device will get a thinner glass. This will make a difference in matters of faster response, better visibility, and brightness. There is also information that the Watch 7 will be slightly thicker than its predecessor, which may indicate that it will come with a battery with a higher capacity than the Watch 6.
If this happens, many Apple users will be pleased because many have complained about the apple watch’s short battery life. Let’s not forget that among the innovations there is talk of the new S7 processor as well as improved wireless connectivity features.