Apple is no stranger to the market for smartwatches, but the company has never released a blood pressure watch.
That all changed last year with the release of the Apple Watch.
Since then, Apple has released dozens of smartwares, including the Apple Pay and iPhone X, but only the Apple Blood Pressure app has made it into the smartwatch lineup.
Apple’s newest blood pressure wearable is different, however.
Apple is releasing a new blood pressure monitor, called the Apple Apple Blood Monitor.
The device is compatible with Apple Watch Sport and Apple Watch Classic models and is available for preorder starting today.
The Apple Blood monitor is powered by the latest Apple Watch Series 2 processor, but it also includes the latest version of the WatchOS software.
The Blood Monitor features a 12-hour battery life that lasts up to five days, according to Apple.
The watch’s camera is able to scan a subject’s entire body at a time, as well as capture motion and heartbeat data, according the company.
The new Apple Blood pressure monitor will be available in the coming weeks for a suggested retail price of $349.
The iPhone X is a different story.
It launched last year as an all-in-one smartwatch, but its software didn’t work with Apple’s new Apple Watch series.
Instead, it came with an app for tracking blood pressure.
Apple launched the iPhone X in June, and it is now available to preorder for $649.
While the Apple X is only available in China, preorders are also available at several retail stores.
Apple has yet to release pricing for the Apple blood monitor.
Apple released a similar Apple Watch app for measuring blood pressure back in October, but users there were able to opt out of its functionality.