New Coming Apple Watch
According to newly disclosed information on one of Apple’s selective business partners. The Apple Watch will monitor blood pressure, blood glucose, and blood alcohol levels.
The Telegraph notes that Apple has proven to be the biggest client in the Rockley Photonics British electronics start-up.
For the detection of various blood-related health metrics. Including blood pressure, blood glucose levels, and the levels of blood alcohol. Rockley Photonics has created non-invasive visual sensors. That can only be usually detected using invasive medical devices. Rockley sensors radiate infrared light through the skin of the users. Much like Apple Watch’s current sensors for detection of heart rate and blood oxygen levels.
Rockley has announced that the company is preparing to go public in New York. Apple has been their main customer. Apple accounts for the bulk of the company’s revenues over the past two years and has a “supply and growth deal” with the firm in which it plans to rely heavily on Apple for much of the company’s revenues.
It’s Monitoring Our Blood
With Rockley Photonics increasing. And with the size of the relationship between Apple and the company. It seems almost inevitable for the company to coming to the Apple Watch earlier than later with its Health Sensor technology.
The company has set up an office in San Jose. Rockley said that next-generation smartwatches and other electronics could be used in the next year. The introduction of the Apple Watch Series 8 models will probably align with this.
Rumors reported previously stated that blood glucose monitoring. It will be gained by the next Apple Watch Series 7. But commentary by Rockley might be suggest. It was postponed until 2022. This year’s Apple Watch Series 7, accompanied by a major increase in the technology from Rockley in the system. With features such as blood pressure and blood alcohol control. May also be expected to continue blood glucose monitoring.