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Concept: Visualizing what Apple’s blood sugar watch app might look like

Earlier today, reports came out saying that Apple plans to include blood sugar measurements as a flagship feature of this year’s Apple Watch Series 7. Later this year, Apple Watch could gain the ability to measure an incredibly important health metric for millions of people. With blood sugar measurements, diabetics could use their watch to stay healthy without finger pricks. This, of course, is contingent on the watch measurements being accurate. Apple wouldn’t ship a feature like this if it wasn’t accurate though.
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Here’s how Apple Watch blood glucose monitoring could work, with a skin tag

Yesterday’s report that we may see Apple Watch blood glucose monitoring when the Series 7 is released this year has generated both excitement and skepticism.
Excitement because it could provide a far easier method of monitoring blood sugar levels than current devices, which require a pin-prick blood sample. Skepticism because non-invasive measurement has been a goal for a great many years, with very limited success to date. The closest we’ve got so far is a rice-grain sized sensor embedded into the skin that can then be read without any further puncturing of the skin…
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Apple Watch blood sugar measurement coming in Series 7, claims report

A Korean report claims that an Apple Watch blood sugar sensor will be included in the Series 7 device, when it is launched later this year.
With health applications a major selling point of the Apple Watch, it has long been expected that the Cupertino company would want to expand its medical capabilities …
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Apple Watch 'Series 7' rumor claims glucose monitoring is on the way

The “Apple Watch Series 7” may include the long-rumored glucose monitoring feature, a report about Samsung’s rival wearable device suggests, despite the difficulty of taking blood sugar measurements without drawing blood.Rumors have circulated for a few years about an Apple Watch feature for glucose monitoring, allowing users to check their blood sugar levels from the wearable device. According to a report, that feature could surface in the next Apple Watch generation.In a report about Samsung’s Galaxy Watch potentially gaining a noninvasive blood glucose monitoring feature, ETNews claims a similar feature will appear in the “Apple Watch 7.” Referencing existing reporting on the function, as well as Apple’s patent filings, the feature is said to be undergoing testing for “reliability and stability” before it is commercialized. Read more…