Apple Watch 7 (Apple’s next-generation smart watch) may be more aquatic than previous versions. According to reports, the company will update the swim tracking function of wearable devices before it is expected to launch later this year.
According to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman (Mark Gurman), Apple is “developing a new swimming tracking feature for the Apple Watch.” However, Gurman did not provide any details on how the new features improve the current swimming tracking function of Apple Watch Series 6.
In fact, the information is almost a footnote in the report, which is scattered with rumors of the rugged and durable Apple Watch 7. Last month, people familiar with the project told Bloomberg that an Apple smartwatch suitable for explorers is being launched to Garmin customers. Outdoor models can use a rubber shell, which is more protective than the familiar aluminum, titanium and stainless steel case products.
Only this version can support advanced swimming tracking features. Although the current Apple Watch is rated at 5 ATM (weatherproof to 50 meters/1
In addition to better water resistance, most of the best sports watches also have military-grade high temperature and scratch resistance.
Of course, the swimming tracking function can be reached independently of this so-called rugged Apple Watch. On the contrary, the next watchOS software update or the addition of sensors in the flagship Apple Watch 7 can improve swimming tracking.
Swimming tracking upgrades may not be achieved at all. Gurman is usually a reliable source of Apple’s rumors, but there is very little information about Apple’s upcoming smartwatches. There is no guarantee that the information we hear is rarely accurate.
As we approach the release date of Apple Watch 7, we may begin to see more credible vulnerabilities. So far, the best Apple Watch may arrive at the end of summer or early fall.