Apple has announced its latest wearable, the Apple Watch Series 8.
It includes a new temperature sensor, which Apple says “takes its commitment to women’s health even further.”
The Series 8 also includes two new motion sensors to detect if you’ve been in a severe car crash.
It’ll be available starting September 16th and will cost $399 for the GPS model and $499 for the cellular model.
The Apple Watch Series 8 has a lot of competition.
Fitbit recently revamped its smartwatch lineup with the Sense 2, Inspire 3, and Versa 4, which cover a wide range of price points.
Garmin’s latest generation of smartwatches has also garnered a lot of praise from reviewers.
And while the upcoming Pixel Watch and Samsung’s Galaxy Watches aren’t really competing for iPhone users’ wrists,
it’s always interesting to see how Apple’s wearable stacks up with the flagships on the Android side.