Learn how to set up and calibrate your Apple Watch's temperature sensor to measure your baseline wrist temperature and start tracking changes to it.
Apple Watch Series 8
The new Apple Watch Ultra provides twice the run time at 36 hours (or 60 hours with low-power mode turned on), thanks in large part to a 76 percent bigger battery.
Apple took the smartwatch community by storm on Wednesday after not only introducing the next series in the original Apple Watch lineup known as the Apple Watch Series 8, but also by introducing a rugged and capable alternative that the company is calling Apple Watch Ultra.
Despite unveiling a more rugged and expensive Apple Watch Ultra on Wednesday, Apple also refreshed the ordinary Apple Watch lineup with its Apple Watch Series 8, which keeps the original design language going, albeit with some notable under the hood improvements when compared with its predecessor.
Today is September 7, which means its an Apple announcement day. The company said we'd be going "Far Out" this time around, and the company is certainly aiming pretty high with its newest products. Take, for example, the brand new Apple Watch -- the Series 8.
Apple is researching an AirPods body temperature sensor and one that could be integrated into fabric-based bands for the Apple Watch.
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A rumored rugged Apple Watch model could use “Pro” branding to set itself apart from other models. More important than that, it might start much higher at $900.
The upcoming Apple Watch Series 8 models should incorporate a new sensor that'll continually measure your body temperature and detect if you may be running a fever.
This year's Apple Watch Series 8 family should offer three distinct models, including a new high-end watch that's said to feature a five percent bigger 1.99-inch display.
watchOS 9 was rumored to gain a low-power mode, but looks like this helpful battery-saving feature might be exclusive to the upcoming Apple Watch Series 8.
Remember before the Apple Watch Series 7 was announced, and the rumor mill was telling us Apple was going to introduce a brand new design? With a flat display? Well, that didn't turn out to be the case. But maybe this year is the year it happens.