Apple’s Chief Executive Officer, Tim Cook has unveiled the next-generation Apple Watch Series 8 during the Far Out event.
According to The Sun UK, The new wearables were the first product Tim Cook will be revealing as the new CEO of Apple.
Speaking during the unveiling, Tim said “Apple Watch has become an essential companion.
“This year, we’re introducing our best Apple Watch lineup yet,” he continued.
The new Apple Watch Series 8 is closely integrated with the iPhone and has numerous health and fitness applications.
The Series 8 is equipped with a new temperature sensor and a heart rate sensor that can share data with your healthcare provider.
Apple also introduced a potentially lifesaving feature called Crash Detection.
With Crash Detection, the Apple Watch Series 8 will automatically connect the wearer with emergency services if the forces of a car crash are detected.
The new wearable is powered by the all-new watchOS 9.
The Series 8 will cost $399 with GPS and $499 with cellular data.
Apple also introduced two other models: the Apple Watch SE and their heavy-duty, Ultra Watch.
The Ultra comes with the largest battery of any Apple Watch yet and has 36 hours to charge.