We heard a rumor recently that the new Apple Watch will be able to monitor glucose levels, this could help people who have diabetes and also it could help identify people who have yet to be diagnosed.
Now more evidence has been revealed that supports the rumor that the new Apple Watch will have a glucose monitoring feature.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has been spotted wearing a glucose monitor that is connected to the Apple Watch around the Apple Campus.
The Apple CEO revealed back in February that he was using glucose monitor, although it is not clear if this is the same one as he has been spotted wearing recently.
The new Apple Watch is said to feature the glucose monitor built in, it will apparently be built into the watch strap of the device.
Apple are also expected to launch a range of other watch straps for the Apple Watch that will have other functions, for example a camera and more.
We are expecting to see the next generation Apple Watch some time in September along with the new iPhone 8 and iOS 11, as soon as we get some more details about the new Apple Watch, we will let you guys know.
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