There will be a body temperature sensor included into the Apple Watch Series 8 and future AirPods.
Apple has shifted its emphasis in recent years to health management. This is because Apple Watch has functions such as ECG monitors, fall detection, and blood oxygen monitoring. It has been revealed that Apple Watch Series 8 and Airpods will be released in the future.
A new generation of health management capabilities, including body temperature monitoring, will boost the Apple Watch’s popularity in 2022, according to Kuo. The Apple Watch would become a thermometer with this functionality. Having a thermometer on your wrist has a lot of benefits, and no one can deny that. Bloomberg also claimed that in 2022, the Apple Watch would likely include a body temperature sensor built into the watch’s design.
Steve Jobs told Outside Magazine last year that the current Apple Watch is still in its “early innings” and that a large number of sensors may be put into the watches in the future. According to him, our bodies must contain as many sensors as a vehicle.
The future AirPods will also be linked with Apple Watch to offer health management capabilities, although the details are yet unknown. Future AirPods will include integrated artificial intelligence, according to a report from May 2020. The AirPods would “track heart rates, step counts and health problems,” according to the article.
Luxshare Precision, according to Kuo, will get the majority of Apple’s health management hardware contract.