The Apple Watch has certainly come a long way in recent years when it comes to its health-tracking capabilities. The latest model, the Apple Watch Series 4, comes with a heart sensor for conducting an electrocardiogram test, which can help spot irregular heartbeats.
The new software launching for the Apple Watch this fall — which will be available for older models too — should bring several wellness-oriented enhancements, such as the ability to natively track women's-health metrics.
And if the recent rumors and reports are any indication, the next iteration of the Apple Watch should take the company's health ambitions even further.
Here's a look at what we're expecting to see from the next Apple Watch, which could debut on September 10 during the company's big event, if it keeps with the pattern it's followed in years past.