All the ways the new Apple Watch can monitor your health trends now
It's the arm candy of fitness fanatics all over the world. And next year, Apple is set to launch the 10th version of its popular watch - which is said to be the 'healthiest' yet.
The Apple Watch, which is sported by around a third of all US iphone users, has moved light-years ahead of its original fitness-tracking technology.
The current model boasts features that measure blood oxygen and heart rate, to help spot early signs of deadly abnormal heart rhythms and lung problems.
It also offers sleep tracking - so wearers can tell how much time they spend in good-quality, deep sleep. But the latest model is even more advanced.
The upcoming 2024 version of the Apple Watch is said to help spot numerous signs of heart disease, which kills nearly 700,000 Americans every year
Expected early next year, Apple Watch 10 will detect rising blood pressure and blood sugar, as well as signs of sleep apnea - a common condition where sufferers temporarily stop