According to Bloomberg, Apple will not equip a blood glucose sensor on the Apple Watch Series 7 until 2023. This sensor is not ready on smartwatches. Samsung has also announced the removal of this feature on its upcoming Galaxy Watch 4.
Apple's new generation smartwatch will improve in design with a thinner screen, new processor chip, and upgraded Ultra Wide Band connectivity.
According to leaked information, Apple Watch Series 7 will have a new, more square design, similar to the iPad Pro (2021) and iPhone 12. However, the edges are still rounded so as not to hurt the wearer's hand.
The new watch is slightly thicker than the 6 series, but the screen is thinner thanks to a new lamination technique that reduces the distance between the screen and the glass, thereby increasing brightness and visibility. In addition, the screen border is also much thinner.
Apple Watch Series 7 will use Ultra Wide Band connectivity, along with watchOS 8 that allows the device to open smart door locks, in addition to a new faster, and more powerful processor chip.
Bloomberg also said that Apple is developing an alternative to the Apple Watch SE with a better price, and an ultra-durable model for users who like extreme sports. The product will launch in 2022.