September is here, which means Apple products are expected to be unveiled in the next couple of weeks such as the iPhone 13, iPad mini 6, AirPods 3, and of course, Apple Watch Series 7.
The upcoming watch is expected to have a number of new features including a design overhaul, thinner screen bezels, updated Ultra-wideband, and a blood pressure sensor.
But, according to the reliable Bloomberg reporter Mark Gurman, the latter is not expected to be in the final release.
In a tweet, Gurman doubts the chance of Apple adding a blood pressure sensor by saying there’s “no chance” for this technology to arrive in the next Apple Watch:
— Mark Gurman (@markgurman) August 31, 2021
This is an unexpected surprise by Gurman, due to many reports and speculation and the next-gen Apple Watch will get a major health detection feature like the blood pressure sensor. Gurman also never mentioned the health feature in any of his reports.
However, this news does not guarantee that Apple won’t add a blood pressure sensor to a future Apple Watch. This summer it was reported that Apple is supplying an advanced digital sensor system by British developer Rockley Photonics.
Perhaps it looks like the upcoming Apple Watch won’t arrive with a new health feature this year, but with all that, we are expecting a new Apple event this month with plenty of new products on the verge of releasing.
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