Apple says so. The advanced sensors of the Apple Watch Series put a world of data relevant to our well-being in our hands. And from the bitten apple they do not stop working to make this happen. Thus, while waiting for a sensor to measure glucose in the next generation of the Apple Watch, a patent recently obtained by Appleconfirms the development of a system for these components to do much more for us.
The patent in question states that Apple is working on integrating Apple Watch health sensors directly into a bandheadband, clothing associated with the device.
More sensors on the Apple Watch
The document proposes create space between the first and second part of the fabric of the watch bands to insert an electrical component and that it can be electrically coupled to conductive wires in space, if desired.
The external part of the component may contain input and output devices facing the skin and/or the viewer (for example, a heart rate sensor, a blood oxygen sensor, a microphone, a speaker, a display, an indicator , a touch screen , a button, etc.), while the internal part may contain circuitry that communicates electrically with the input and output devices on the external part.
From this possibility it would be easier to add new sensors to the Apple Watch and greatly improve the already famous ways in which it cares for its users. But,** it’s a feature that will have to wait a couple more years for**. Currently, the followers of the firm await the launch of the Apple Watch Series 9.
Although little is still known about what would be the ninth generation of the device, this 2023 the proposal of three models of the smart watch is expected. But beyond the design and other features, it is believed that Apple can finally meet the greatest demands of users, and definitely increase the autonomy of the device, as Bob Borchers, Apple’s vice president of international product marketing, recently stated.