AirPods with integrated health-tracking sensors measuring your body temperature and heart rate sound nice but don't count on Apple launching those anytime soon.
Apple's rumored mixed reality headset could take advantage of eye gaze sensors and internal cameras to let you select objects like text fields with your eyes.
Apple supplier Rockley Photonics unveiled a comprehensive health sensor system that might help bring continuous non-invasive blood sugar measurement to a future Apple Watch.
A pair of AirPods with integrated wellness sensors that would be capable of monitoring certain health functions isn't a stretch, if you ask an Apple executive who just hinted at such a gizmo.
Apple's been researching non-invasive ways of measuring blood sugar levels for years. So far, nothing's shipped—an Apple Watch with a blood-sugar sensor is reportedly still in the works.
While 2021's Apple Watch Series 7 will gain minor changes like an improved screen, Apple launches in 2022 reportedly include the next Apple Watch SE along with a new rugged model.
Apple appears determined to continue developing new medical and health tracking capabilities for its wearable device, with a new supply chain report claiming that a non-invasive blood glucose sensor will be added to an as-of-yet-unannounced Apple Watch Series 7 model.
According to user reports, the new Apple Watch Series 6 and Apple Watch SE models may display disproportionately incorrect altitude readings in certain weather conditions, which is most probably a bug that we expect to be fixed in a future update to the watchOS 7 software.
Apple today unveiled the new Apple Watch Series 6 models and one of the biggest features is the ability to measure your blood oxygen saturation. Here's how it works.
A laser-powered 3D sensor that accurately determines distances between objects and the lens will reportedly be a feature of iPhones releasing in 2020, potentially resulting in improved augmented reality and enhanced photography with faster focusing and other perks.
Just yesterday we showed you a jailbreak tweak called DownLocker that permitted users to lock their handset by placing it face-down on a desk or tabletop; but today, we’re excited to show you a new free jailbreak tweak called XB-WakeDevice by iOS developer Oliver Crespo that lets users customize how they wake their handset back up again, among other things.
While the Raise to Wake feature reigns supreme on many of Apple’s latest handsets, the same can’t be said about all iPhones and iPads. Furthermore, not everyone uses Raise to Wake, and XB-WakeDevice appeals to both of these somewhat ‘niche’ audiences.
Future AirPods might bring useful health-tracking features that could use tiny biometric sensors embedded in wireless earbuds to track your heart rate and body temperature.