The Apple Watch Series 7 could be released on October 15th
According to tipster Jon Prosser, the Apple Watch Series 7 will be released in the middle of next month. Prosser says that he was given this information from multiple sources. Pre-orders would start next week. During the California Streaming event, Apple said that the watch would be released this fall which ends with the first day of Winter on December 21st.
Apple partner Hermès happened to agree with Prosser’s sources when it told a customer that pre-orders for the Apple Watch would begin on October 8th. That is one week from Friday. If Prosser’s sources are right, the Series 7 Apple Watch could be released two weeks from tomorrow which would be October 15th.
By reducing the borders by 40%, the Apple Watch Series 7 offers a 20% larger display surface. And the screen is 70% brighter. The larger screen allowed Apple to include a native QWERTY keyboard for the first time ever, and buttons are larger for apps like Stopwatch, Calculator, and Timer.
Next year’s Apple Watch might be able to check your temperature, blood pressure, and blood glucose level
No competing smartwatch can take the temperature of its users, and while there are so may different thermometers that can quickly check for fever, having this capability right on your wrist would come in handy especially with COVID-19 still making the rounds. Originally rumored for this year, we could also see next year’s A\pple Watch capture the wearer’s blood
Currently, diabetics test their blood sugar by drawing blood with a sharp needle called a lancet, put a drop of blood on an expensive test strip, and put the strip in a machine called a glucometer. Reportedly, Apple is working on a non-invasive way to test blood sugar which will allow diabetics to test their blood without the pain and expense of the current test.