Apple Watch X in Works with Blood Pressure Tracking and New Features

As per the reports from Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, Apple is planning a massive upgrade to celebrate its tenth anniversary of the smartwatch lineup. The new Apple Watch is allegedly named “Watch X.”  A nod to the tenth-anniversary of the iPhone, where we got the iPhone X.

Apple Watch X Rumored Design and Features

Apple Watch X is rumored to feature a much thinner casing and it’s likely that we will see a sleeker magnetic band rather than the sliding and locking mechanism. In that case, all the old Apple Watch bands will go obsolete, and users have to buy the new ones. At present, most bands are cross-compatible, meaning the Apple Watch Series 7 band works with Apple Watch Series 8 and so on.

Gurman further suggests that the Watch will feature a microLED display for better clarity and colors. Besides, the Watch X will reportedly include blood pressure monitoring. It is worth noting that currently there are a few


reliable smartwatches like Galaxy Watch 5 and Galaxy Watch 6 series that can measure blood pressure. 

Also read: How to Fix Apple Watch Not Tracking Steps [15 Ways] 

Apple Watch X will have bigger upgrades than the Watch Series 9 

Let’s not forget that the Cupertino giant would be releasing the Apple Watch Series 9 and Apple Watch Ultra 2 at the iPhone 15 event likely to be held on September 12 this year. The Watch Series 9 will reportedly be launched with new colors and fast chipsets. However, all the changes you’re likely to see on the Apple Watch Series 9 are too little compared to that on the Apple Watch X.

Also read: How to enable Low Power Mode on any Apple Watch 

The Apple Watch X is rumored to launch in 2024 or 2025, exactly 10 years after the launch of the Apple Watch 1st Generation.

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