HighlightThis method is reliable and simple, it will monitor the sweat of the user. Knowing the level of water in the body after physical activity can be helpful.
Apple is currently working on a new hydration sensor. This sensor will be used in wearable devices like Apple Watch. This information is provided by PatentlyApple on a patent basis. The patent was filed by Apple at the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) under the name “Hydration Measurement with a Watch”.
Apple says traditional methods of measuring body water are annoying, expensive, and unreliable. These methods measure the amount of water through a single fluid test sample. But this process has not been used in the company’s new method. According to Apple’s patent, the company’s hydration sensor will detect the amount of water by placing non-invasive electrodes on the skin. Read also: Be careful! Over Heat is a newly launched smartphone; video making problem
This method is reliable and simple, it will monitor the sweat of the user. The technology is described in detail in the patent. This method is comfortable, accurate and automatic. The patent also states that maintaining the proper amount of water in the body is beneficial to health. Knowing the level of water in the body can be helpful after exercise or after a large amount of physical activity. Many such patents have been reported before, but not all patented features are commercially available. Read also: iPhone 13 will get DSLR-like video portrait mode; New camera features leaked