The second-generation Apple Watch SE could be a real game-changer. It could be equipped with Apple’s S7 chip that powers the latest Apple Watch Series 7 model and comes with support for fast charging.

The optical heart sensor in the Apple Watch SE (2nd Generation) is designed to measure your heart rate and alert you to any changes that might indicate a problem.

The sensor uses green LED lights to track the movement of blood through your veins, and it can also detect when your heart rate is too high or too low.

In addition to monitoring your heart rate, the optical heart sensor can also be used to calculate your VO2 max, which is a measure of how much oxygen your body can use during exercise.

An optical heart sensor is a valuable tool for anyone who wants to stay healthy and fit.

The new Apple Watch SE (2nd Generation) features a Retina LTPO OLED display.

This display is brighter than the previous Generation’s display and supports always-on functionality.