A future Apple Watch will come with a body temperature sensor according to an analyst.
According to Mark Gurman, the feature is ready for Apple Watch 8, which will likely be released this fall. Gurman said that the feature won't give you a temperature reading, but will warn you if you get a high temperature. The feature may be designed to help with fertility planning.
According to Gurman, the new watch will probably only offer minor changes. The processor is likely to stay the same as on Apple Watch 6 and 7 even though the display might be updated on the pricier models.
A new rugged model is rumored to be the biggest upgrade in the watch family. The model will have a body temperature sensor.
Gurman listed some features that won't be in the new AirPods Pro. A body temperature and a heart-rate monitor are included. According to Gurman, Apple might add these features in the future, but not this year.
The new products are likely to be official in the fall. Apple is about to launch a lot of gadgets by the end of the year, and you can read about it here.