The Apple Watch Series 8 41mm Sports Band features the largest, most advanced display yet. It comes with an always-On Retina LTPO OLED display, 1,000 nits brightness. The display is Crack Resistant, Dust Resistant (IP6X), and Swimproof with WR50 water resistance. Series 8 puts more health insights in sight. You can measure your blood oxygen level with a revolutionary sensor and app. Apple Watch Series 8 is capable of generating an ECG similar to a single-lead electrocardiogram. Along with other innovations like mindfulness and sleep tracking to keep you healthy from head to toe. It can help you understand how well your body is absorbing oxygen and the amount of oxygen delivered to your body with the Blood Oxygen app. The entire charging system for Apple Watch Series 8 has been rethought to get you up and running faster than ever. With an updated charging architecture and fast-charging USB-C cable, it takes about 45 minutes to go from 0 to 80% charge.
The Apple Watch Series 8 has a large, dazzling AlwaysOn display. Narrow boundaries push the screen all the way to the edge, resulting in an attractive combination with the case’s curvature. Even when your wrist is down, the bright AlwaysOn screen makes intricate watch faces seem attractive and easy to read. The huge display easily accommodates all of your favorite complications while also making tapping, typing, and swiping a snap.
The Apple Watch Series 8 has been designed with IP6X certification. It is dust resistant thanks to the IP Rating. This Apple watch is designed to be strong. A thick front crystal, robust geometry, and flat base make it resistant to cracking. It is Swimproof with WR50 water resistance.
The Apple Watch Series 8 includes a new innovative sensor that monitors your body temperature while you sleep, allowing you to notice changes over time. Cycle Tracking uses this information to produce a backward estimate of when you most likely ovulated, which can be useful for family planning. You’ll receive a detailed picture of your menstrual cycle when you combine it with your heart rate and documented cycle data.