Washington D.C. (Business News Report)|| Apple has added new health features to the Apple Watch to track the percentage of fat and muscle in the body.
The Apple Watch’s fat percentage is also tracked via its AaURA 2 bracelet.
According to the Apple WD website, a new package of features announced by Apple will be available to users of its smart watch supported by its AURA 2 smart bracelet, which will also include tracking water levels in the body.
Apple provides the AURA 2 bracelet in two different sizes, and the services of this bracelet can be used by using it through the Apple Watch Series 3 and subsequent advanced versions of the watch up to Series 7.
The AURA Strap 2 has a battery life of up to 6 months, and it also comes with a water-resistant design, and the new version features a design that provides more comfort to the user.
Apple is preparing to make a series of improvements to a number of its most prominent electronic applications, which will include an improvement to the Fitness Plus fitness application.
Reliable technical expert Mark Gorman stated in a report published by Bloomberg Agency, that the new improvements will include a number of applications, including the Apple Pay application and the Health application.
Apple will make these improvements to its announced applications this year, and it will include, for example, the availability of the service to purchase and pay later through the Apple Pay payment application.
These improvements, through which Apple aims to boost sales of future iPhones, according to what “Gorman” expects, with the approach of Apple’s annual developer conference.
With regard to the expected improvements that will be added to the Fitness Plus application, it is expected that the application will add a new number of physical exercises and nutrition services that support the services of the Health application.
In a separate context, and according to the Apple WD website, the trusted expert, Ming Chi Qiu, stated that the introduction of USB C ports will extend to accessories for major Apple devices, including AirPods.
According to reports, USB C ports are currently being tested for both versions of phones and accessories, including headphones, to be ready and with a great deal of efficiency before they are officially launched.
The new Apple accessories with USB C ports will include AirPods, Magic Keyboard, Magic Trackpad, Magic Mouse for Mac and MagSafe for iPhone.