Future Apple Watches Could Detect High Blood Pressure

by Jerry

There will obviously be a bunch of new features that Apple will unveil at WWDC next week. But what will also be interesting to observe is what Apple implicitly says: the new features can give an idea of future products.

For the Apple Watch, the manufacturer made its effort last year with watchOS 10, which overhauled the interface and added many new features for quick access to desired information or for tracking sports (cycling in particular). watchOS 11, which will be unveiled next Monday, shouldn’t shake anything, but one feature in particular could herald big news about the next Apple Watch.

New Ability for the Wrist Clinic
In his summary of the rumors, Mark Gurman explains that the Health app is expected to integrate a new blood pressure management system “in preparation for future Apple Watches that will be able to detect hypertension,” the Bloomberg snoop adds.

That means the 2024 vintage of the Apple Watch could very well integrate a new blood pressure sensor. However, this would be a matter of alerting the wearer of an increase or decrease in blood pressure, not a real-time reading tool like on traditional blood pressure monitors. However, this novelty would reinforce the “clinical wrist” aspect of connected watches.

Otherwise, watchOS 11 (codenamed “Moonstone”) will overhaul Siri’s interface that will “format responses uniquely based on the query.” It’s hard to imagine such a change today, but the assistant is still in desperate need of improvement, and it’s likely with the help of generative AI that it will achieve this.

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