During Apple’s most recent launch event, the tech giant announced that its Apple Watch Series 8 has a number of brand new features which will definitely appeal to users.
COO Jeff Williams explained that the Series 8 estimates when the user has ovulated, ultimately helping wearers track their menstrual cycle. The watch also tracks body temperature, aiding users in the monitoring of their health by showing details in Apple’s ‘Health’ app.
The watch’s sensors will allow users to monitor menstrual cycles, know if they have jet lag, detect car accidents and even automatically call emergency services, amongst other features.
The watch’s starting price is reported to cost $399, with the Apple Watch Series 8 being available from 16 September onwards.