Apple Watch Could Get Smart Bands Soon

Posted: Aug 22 2015, 12:14pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 22 2015, 12:23pm CDT , in Apple


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Apple Watch Could Get Smart Bands Soon

Smart Bands will enhance the functionality of the Apple Watch making it an ultimate fitness device

Earlier this year it was revealed that the Apple Watch had a hidden diagnostic port. It was proposed that the port could be utilized for smart bands in the future.

Things being what they are there is a probability that this could happen. These all rumors are revealed by Letem světem Applem.

The rumor states that, Apple is going to add new capabilities to its first-gen watches through smart bands.

The rumor asserts that in 2016, Apple could utilize the diagnostic port to launch a progression of smart bands.

This will permit Apple to acquaint extra features to the Apple Watch. This hidden port is able to transfer data and provide power to the watch.

The features include, sensors, that couldn't be fit into the first design of the Apple Watch. The problem was due to size requirements.

Apple had to decide which features were more necessary than others. The report proposes that we can anticipate a respiratory rate sensor, a blood pressure sensor, and a body temperature sensor.

This all may prove to be useful for users hoping to enhance their fitness and health. This will also help users monitor that nothing is wrong with their body.

Even if is just a rumor and not true, yet we need to say that we do appreciate the thought of a smart band which enhances the usefulness of the device.

Precisely how genuine these rumors are is impossible to say. More evidences and confirmation are expected to rise soon.

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