Biometric technology is the latest technology to be introduced into the iPhone and other mobile devices, and now it has been approved for use in the Apple Watch.
The technology allows the wearer to track their location by using a digital camera or infrared sensors.
It was developed by Samsung, which is the biggest player in the biometric market.
But Apple has been a major player in this space since 2010, when the company introduced the Apple Pay system.
That technology, which was initially aimed at retailers, is now being used to track millions of iPhone users around the world.
The new Apple Watch version of the device, codenamed “Core,” is slated to arrive sometime next year.
This new version of Apple Watch has also been named the “iWatch Pro,” a reference to Apple’s Watch 2, which debuted in 2017.
The watch will also feature a 3D Touch display that lets users swipe between photos, videos and music on the watch face.
The Apple Watch is also getting a new FaceTime camera.
While Apple has not released details on the new Face Time camera, it will have a camera that can take a photo of the wearer, a new “Face ID” feature that will automatically connect a face to an iPhone, and “Face Scan” technology that will allow a person to unlock an iPhone with a finger.
Apple’s newest smartwatch will not be the first device to offer a biometric camera, and it may not even be the most popular.
The Samsung Galaxy Gear 2, released in 2014, had a camera with a camera in the heart.
But the company announced a year later that the Gear 2 would not be able to track its wearer’s location.
In the wake of the Gear2’s release, Samsung released a wearable tracking system called the Fitbit Flex.
It also had a fingerprint sensor.
Apple, which has been testing its own smartwatch, said it is working on a new version, codename “A” and will unveil the new version later this year.