Apple May Introduce Touch-ID To The Forthcoming Watch Series
As per the recent reports and rumors by The verifier and iUpdate, Apple is working on to add in-display Touch id support for the forthcoming model of Apple Watch, this has been claimed by The Verifier.
Some more feature updates for the upcoming Apple watch includes blood oxygen sensor and sleep tracking. All of this will be unveiled at Apple’s online WWDC 2020 in June due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
The reported information suggests that the tech giant will be adding touch id to the Apple Watch Series 7. Therefore, this feature is due to be released in 2021. However, in the watch series 6, the tech giant will be introducing a biometric authentication system this year.
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Furthermore, this report gives a strong confirmation to the previous rumors that the upcoming watch series will receive the ability to detect blood-oxygen and monitor sleep and this feature is said to be added in the Watch OS 7.
The upcoming Apple Watch is also said to have a better water resistance technology, while the current apple watch 5 series uses IPX7 rating protection.
Some more expected features include “Hey Siri” commands in the WatchOS 7 and also surrenders rumors of Apple switching to a round-shaped Apple Watch in the future.
Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, Apple’s annual Worldwide Developer’s Conference (WWDC) will be conducted online. The information related to the presentation will be shared with the employees online and the company is yet to confirm a date for the conference.