Apple is reportedly working on bringing a blood glucose monitor to the Apple Watch Series 8. It’s been predicted multiple times that the tech giant would bring the feature to its watch lineup, including the Apple Watch Series 7. Unfortunately, none of those predictions or reports have turned out to be true in the past.
Now, though, a report from Digitimes suggests that two companies, Ennostar and Taiwan Asia Semiconductor (TAS), are working on components that could be used in multiple forms of biosensing. One of those forms could include monitoring glucose levels in the blood.
Apple Watch blood glucose monitoring reports
This isn’t the first time we’ve heard reports of the Apple Watch possibly shipping with support for blood glucose monitoring. In fact, in 2018, a patent filed by Apple hinted at the possibility of a non-invasive glucose monitoring tech. No watch has included the tech yet, though.
Most recently, though, the Apple Watch Series 7 was rumored to have a blood glucose sensor. Despite reports, the Apple Watch Series 7 does not include a glucose monitoring system. Outlets like Digitimes have a strong history with good insider sources, according to AppleInsider. However, the conclusions drawn from that information may not always prove true. Information can change, especially early into a device’s development, and we may see or hear about other features for the Apple Watch Series 8 in the future…Read more>>