This may suggest that the clock is turning into a flat design similar to what we now see iPhone 12 series, iPad Air and iPad Pro. Prosser and his podcast partner Sam Kohl say this redesign is more subtle than what Apple has done with the same redesign in other products. And the duo also announced that Apple will add a new green color option to the Apple Watch Series 7.
Another possibility is that The Apple Watch Series 7 includes a blood glucose meter which gives diabetics a non-invasive way to test their blood sugar. This allows them to calculate how much insulin they need to inject before each meal. Instead of besieging their own blood, placing it on a test strip, and placing a strip on the glucometer to get a reading, Apple Watch users just stood by while the infrared light from the back of the watch shines through the user’s skin. determine blood sugar; no expensive test strips, no blood sampling before each test.
Interestingly, Samsung is rumored to add a similar non-invasive blood glucose meter Galaxy Watch 4, but the rumor died recently. However, as we write this story, the blood glucose monitor feature is a strong opportunity for a future version of the world’s most popular watch.