Apple is introducing digital thermometry sensors to its iPhone and iPad lineup, the latest move in the company’s move to bring thermometers into its ecosystem.

The new digital sensors have the same “digital compass” sensor found on Apple Watch and Apple Watch Sport, but also have an OLED screen, which is easier to read with one hand.

It also has an OLED display, unlike Apple Watch, which uses a glass panel.

Apple is introducing these new digital thermimeters in the form of the “Digital Compass” version, which has the same design as the “Magnetic Compass” model, but has an optical sensor, making it easier to pick up.

These digital sensors are also compatible with all the existing iPhone and iPod Touch models, and they can be purchased at Apple Stores for $99.