Apple wants to bring satellite connectivity to your watch
Posted by harsh sultayia on April 13th, 2022
According to footnotes in the Bloomberg report published on April 12, one of the upcoming Apple Watch features is a long-awaited satellite connectivity, or known as Leo. It will be reported to allow the owner Watch Apple to contact emergency services and report crises such as vehicle collisions or send SOS messages. It has been reported for some time that the iPhone will eventually get the satellite connectivity feature itself, but it can be very useful for implementing features to Apple Watch too, mainly because it can be used even more flexible and portable than any iPhone.
Initially, the iPhone 13 was reported to have coveted satellite features, per report from Macrumor published in August 2021, but it was not a case when released. Rumors of Mill Churning again, however, and that sounds like the iPhone 14 may be the first Apple device to receive Leo\'s support. After that, Apple Watch will get satellite connectivity itself, although there are no solid details that offer insights on which the Apple Watch series is expected to get a feature and a time window where the satellite-connected watch will be released.
The latest Apple Watch, Apple Watch Series 7, was released on October 15, 2021. We call it \"another additional upgrade,\" but noted it was not a bad thing, said, \"This is proof of how good Apple Watch, and is, that Apple is not right True need to rediscover the wheel.
Satellite connectivity is not the only one in the store for the owner of the Wall Watch in the future. Smartwatch has become a Swiss army knife from trackers and monitors that can provide data about everything starting from physical fitness how long you need to spend hand washing. Apple engineers continue the trend by expanding the flexibility of the device further over the next few years. Bloomberg mentioned above reports the details of the upcoming sensor which can detect blood pressure levels and even tell users if their blood pressure is too high. However, such sensors may not arrive in the new Apple Watch model until the early 2024, and even so, it seems that 2025 is a more likely release window.
But there are some features that come to Apple Watch faster than later. At the beginning of the fall of 2022, we can see Apple Watch Series 8 or equivalent which includes additional drug management features that allow you to register which drug you have taken, as well as additional features for health, sleep, and fitness women. Quite interesting, it looks like Apple has also worked on the body temperature sensor, even though MacWorld makes a strong argument why it might not arrive this year.
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