The Apple Watch 8 could level up in more ways than one. It seems three new tracking features will come to the 2022 wearable from Apple, including one that could monitor your alcohol level, turning it into a veritable breathalyzer.
According to the Telegraph, Apple’s smartwatches use sensors from Rockley Photonics supplier. This company has publicly talked about their next steps, counting several exciting technologies on their to-do list.
A couple of them are glucose and alcohol level trackers, besides the blood pressure one we’re all expecting to see.
It seems that wearables sporting those technologies will start popping up next year. Of course, this is no guarantee Apple will snatch all three but it would be a pity to see the tech giant not taking this leap if it’s in his realm of possibility.
We can at least bet on two of those making it to Apple Watch 8, if not all three. Blood pressure and glucose monitoring are things Apple has discussed in the past and most likely to show up soon. Blood alcohol content is a fairly new endeavor but it would be cool to see it in a year from now.
With a bit of luck, Apple Watch 8 could become the first smartwatch to trump the traditional alcohol level measure device in both accuracy and ease of use.
What do you think – are all three gonna make it to Apple Watch 8? Or will they roll out in time?