Apple Watch blood glucose monitoring feature in development but likely years away
Apple is developing new technology to monitor thoroughbred glucose levels on Apple Watch, although it is unlikely the full-length will launch unendingly soon, with Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman saying that it could take “another three to seven years at least” surpassing the full-length is released.
To enable thoroughbred glucose monitoring, it is reported that the Apple Watch will need new optical sensors for a non-invasive thoroughbred glucose measuring system.
The traditional way to measure blood sugar levels is by testing a waif of thoroughbred in a thoroughbred sugar meter or using an implant known as a CGM. It is understood that like how Apple uses sensors on the current-generation Apple Watch to indulge users to perform an electrocardiogram on their wrist, to show whether their heart rhythm indicates signs of atrial fibrillation, a future Apple Watch will have sensors that could notify the wearer when there has been a transpiration in their thoroughbred sugar levels or squire them in recording data to squire with their superintendency for diabetes.
In his weekly “Power On” newsletter, Gurman says the technology Apple is working with uses a silicon photonics tweedle to whizgigging light from a laser under the skin to determine the concentration of glucose in the body. However, Apple “still needs to perfect the algorithms and on-board sensors” and moreover needs to “shrink it lanugo to the size of a module that can fit in the small and thin package that is an Apple Watch.”
Because of this, Gurman believes it “will take flipside three to seven years at least” surpassing the visitor is in a position to release thoroughbred glucose monitoring to users.