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Why I don’t want new health sensors in Apple Watch Series 7

The Weekender
I’m pretty excited about the Apple Watch Series 7, which we should be getting a glimpse of in the next few weeks.
It’s tipped to be getting a new case design – these unofficial renders will make you drool all over yourself – and a better screen.
It may also pack new health sensors, although the rumors about a body temp sensor and a game-changing blood glucose sensor are mixed. They may have been pushed back.
Either way, our resident health and Apple Watch expert Graham Bower argues that new sensors are not necessarily better.
This may sound counterintuitive, but Graham makes a well-argued and thoughtful piece that new can sometimes be the enemy of good.
Check it out. What do you guys think?
– Leander Kahney, EIC.

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