Apple debuts its new $399 Apple Watch Series 8 that gives users 36 HOURS on a single charge: New devices also features an ovulation tracker for family planning and technology to detect when you’ve been in car crash
- Apple unveiled its new Watch Wednesday at its annual product event
- The Apple Series 8 includes a new always-on display
- The upgraded device also features narrow display boarders that pushes the screen to the edge
- The was revealed at the company’s ‘Far Out’ event held on Wednesday
Apple has unveiled the new Apple Watch Series that the company calls ‘an essential companion’ features an always-on display and provides up to 36 hours on a single charge – twice as much as the Series 7.
Series 8 is designed with several new features, such as a way to track ovulation and technology that detects when you are in a car crash in ‘the most popular types of vehicles.’
The company says it is the most durable Watch yet – it is swim proof and crack proof.
Apple Watch Series 8 is also so bright, you can read text and notifications on the screen even when your wrist is down.
Users can purchase the Apple Watch Series 8 for $399 or $499 with cellular connectivity. Pre-orders open today, with the device available on September 16.
The reveal took place Wednesday during the tech giant’s annual product event hosted at its headquarters in Cupertino California
The reveal took place Wednesday during the tech giant’s annual product event hosted at its headquarters in Cupertino California.
Jeff Williams announces Apple Watch Series 8 during the live event, which he said: ‘It has all the things you love about Apple Watch, plus even more.
‘It has new watch faces, and it’s bright even when your wrist is down.’
The cycle tracking feature is a major addition to the Apple Watch, which allows users to monitor their period cycles for better family planning.
This is possible through a new temperature sensor to provides estimation for when the wearer is ovulating.
Apple says its cycle tracking will also alert you on your iPhone and can help bring your attention to any other health issues that might come up.