Apple Watch Series 7, everything we know so far

We are a few days from the end of February and we are preparing for the possible presentations of the bitten apple brand, one of the most talked about and expected are those that have to do with Apple smart watches, in this post we will tell you everything what we know so far about the Apple Watch Series 7 and its possible launch.

Introducing the Apple Watch Series 7

As the Cupertino brand is accustomed to us, the new Apple Watch models debut every fall as watchmaking, the Apple Watch line presented in 2020 included two new models: Apple Watch SE and Apple Watch Series 6, so It is expected that this year we will see the renewal of each of them, this for the SE series and the 7 series in theory.

The least attractive thing about the Apple Watch SE compared to the series 3 is its lack of support for the familiar configuration and other features, however, the price difference of $ 80 hard to beat for budget-conscious users, on the other hand, although for now it is speculation, the Apple Watch Series 7 will replace the Series 6 so in this new generation we could see interesting things.

How to buy Apple Watch faces in watchOS 7
How to buy Apple Watch faces in watchOS 7

Design

We still do not rule out seeing a redesigned Apple Watch Series 7, remember that the Apple Watch Series 6 introduced new red and blue aluminum colors and a graphite variant to cover the classic space gray stainless steel case, for this reason it is possible than Apple Watch Series 7 debut as the first design setting since the change we saw with the Apple Watch Series 4.

Last year, Ming-Chi Kuo, the quintessential supply chain analyst, shared the latest teaser predicting a redesign of the Apple Watch present in the Series 7, let’s also remember that Kuo warned that the Series 6 would keep the Series 4 design while adding that a “significant change in design would come for the new Apple Watch models in 2021 at the earliest.”

To end this section, we say that the Apple design laboratory currently has an affinity for flat sides, we saw it in the iPad Pro and even the iPhone 12, for this reason the concepts already imagine an Apple Watch Series 7 with an iPhone 12-inspired look and that of course it matches with it.

Apple Watch Series 7, will it have the long-awaited blood glucose meter?

Health

In the health section, it is a topic that contributes greatly to the success of the smart watch, it encompasses a healthy set of characteristics that monitor a person’s general well-being. For this reason, it makes sense to believe that we will see tons of new health-related features in this new generation of smartwatches.

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We already saw a taste of the potential of hello with the Apple Watch Series 4 when it introduced the ECG function. Later in the Apple Watch Series 5 we saw the screen always on, even for the Workout application, and the current with the Apple Watch Series 6 that incorporated the measurements of the oxygen level in the blood.

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If the trend continues, surely with the Apple Watch Series 7 we could finally see the detection of the blood sugar level, in addition to this are added news such as those of ET News from Korea who reported in January 2021 that both Samsung and Apple are working to incorporate sugar measurementsr in blood to your watches this year

Apple Watch Series 6 oximeter

The news reads as follows: “Samsung Electronics will be equipped with a blood glucose measurement function in the new smartwatch ‘Galaxy Watch 4’ (tentative name) to be introduced in the second half of this year. It is a method of bloodless sampling which detects the level of glucose in the blood without blood collection using an optical sensor, and is expected to contribute to the health management of the general public as well as diabetics […]”

In addition to this, it has been said for a long time that Tim Cook the CEO of Apple is curious about the function of monitoring blood sugar through the Apple Watch. According to sources, in May 2017, it was reported that Cook was seen around the Apple campus testing a blood sugar tracker laptop that worked alongside the Apple Watch.

That same year, the New York Times reported that Apple was investigating non-invasive continuous glucose readers with technology that may be years off, in this way the rumors take shape and it is believed that three to four years was the amount of time Apple needed to develop this technology, dreaming costs nothing and the closer we get to fall 2021, the more information we will have to show.