The Apple Watch is one of the most popular wearable gadgets in the world and with its good capabilities, it has affected the lives of many users. Users have different opinions about Apple Watch, but this Apple wearable gadget saves many lives every year and brings them back to normal life in different ways. There are many useful features built into this smartwatch, but Apple apparently intends to increase the number. The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has certified the use of the Apple Watch to control patients with Parkinson's, and they will soon be able to control the wearable gadget.
- The Apple Watch 7 Series became the world's
best-selling smartwatch in the first three months of this year,
according to Reuters. A smartwatch has been awarded to track
Parkinson's symptoms. This application is able to detect
common Parkinson's symptoms such as tremors, involuntary or
slow movement, stiffness and poor balance. It should be noted that
in 2018, Apple added a crash sensor to the Apple
Watch 4 Series and released it as part of its open source
Apple's move allowed developers to use the motion-disrupting API to create watchOS applications to track Parkinson's and other diseases. The use of wearable gadgets to detect such disorders is not new, but Rune Lab's method is the first solution designed for commercial applications. In fact, the Apple Watch uses a special application to track a patient's condition over a period of time, allowing physicians and specialists to access this information.
However, this application has its own limitations. , But is designed as a supplement to routine medical examinations. Although the release date of this application is not known, but it seems that at least in the 8 Series Apple Watch we will not see this feature. Although we are about 4 months away from the possible launch of Apple's new smartwatch series, rumors about the Apple Watch 8 Series have always been an integral part of tech news.
Apple for the next generation of smartwatches It works on various new features, one of which is a blood pressure sensor. But a Bloomberg News report states that this feature will not be included in the Apple Watch 8 Series, which will be unveiled this fall. According to the source, the accuracy of the results is one of Apple's major challenges in developing a blood pressure sensor. The report also confirms to WSJ whistleblowers that the sensor is not intended to measure the user's blood pressure accurately. Instead, Apple is looking for a blood pressure sensor that can alert users to a doctor if their blood pressure is not normal and let them know about it.
In addition, the giant is said to be American technology is working on another sensor that will be very useful for diabetic users. The company is rumored to be working on sensors to measure a user's blood sugar level using short-wavelength infrared sensors without the need for blood sampling. These components are a type of sensor that is commonly used in sanitary devices. It was initially rumored that the Apple Watch with blood glucose measurement capabilities could be available this year, but this rumor was previously denied by Bloomberg.
Also a well-known and long-standing analyst of Apple products," Ming-Chi Koo "announced that the new series of Apple smartwatch will have a body temperature sensor under certain conditions. The challenge that Apple is grappling with to place this sensor is that its body temperature changes depending on the environment in which it is located. A smartwatch can not measure body temperature in terms of hardware, so a very accurate algorithm must be used to measure body temperature.
- Apple is trying different ways to place the camera on the Apple Watch./li>