Apple has advertised an 18-hour battery life since the launching of the original Apple Watch. This is true for all the previous models and the current Series 6. According to previous reports, the forthcoming Apple Watch would include a body temperature sensor, blood glucose monitor, and other health features. A fresh report suggests that the Apple Watch will feature a larger battery capacity, which is something that all Apple Watch users have been hoping for years.
Apple Watch Series 7 To bring Bigger Battery
According to reports, the upcoming Watch Series 7 will provide users with a bigger and longer-lasting battery. This could be an attempt by the Cupertino tech giant to entice existing Apple Watch owners to upgrade to the new model.
The new S7 chip is supposed to be more powerful and energy-efficient while also being smaller. Apple isn’t wasting the extra internet storage space with the Watch 7. Rather than adding extra sensors, Apple has opted for a larger battery.
Apple could adopt a new lamination technique and offer thinner bezels around the Watch Series 7’s display. According to sources, Apple may make the Watch Series a little thicker overall, although this will not be noticeable to the user. Ultra-wideband functionality is another feature that the Apple Watch Series 7 could have.
New Health Features
The UWB support on the Apple Watch Series 7 is also expected to improve. Apple plans to add blood sugar and alcohol sensors to its watches in the next years, though those features are still a few years away. According to Bloomberg, the Series 7 watch could offer new swim-tracking features, but no details were revealed. Furthermore, Apple will have to strike a balance between adding additional sensors and maintaining battery life. Once the 2021 model achieves more than the 18-hour rating, future generations would be unable to go backward.
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