The Apple Watch Series 4 launched not too long ago, and Apple (eventually) brought with it a brand new ECG app that’s meant to help identify specific heart irregularities.
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Data goes a long way, both for companies and individuals, but it looks like some doctors are worried that too much data might not be a good thing.
If you are looking to buy an Apple Watch Series 3 or Series 4, there are some tempting deals from Costco available right now. The retailer is offering a $50 discount on the Apple Watch Series 3 for its members thereby bringing its price down to $229.99.
The Apple Watch makes for a perfect Christmas gift. Got one as a gift? If the Apple Watch is your first wearable, there’s a lot you need to know about it. Follow our guide to get up to speed on what your Apple Watch can do and how to get the most out of it.
Apple has shared a bunch of Apple Watch Series 4 tutorials on its YouTube channel today. The short how-to videos show how one can use the Apple Watch Series 4 to locate their iPhone, customize the watch face, use the Walkie-Talkie feature, view activity rings, stream music from Apple Music, and customize one’s workout metrics.
Earlier in the week, Apple release watchOS 5.1.2, which enabled the much awaited ECG feature in Apple Watch Series 4. Apple had claimed that the ECG app can indicate whether your heart rhythm shows signs of atrial fibrillation — a serious form of irregular heart rhythm — or sinus rhythm, which means your heart is beating in a normal pattern.
With the release of watchOS 5.1.2, Apple enabled the ECG and irregular heart rate feature on Apple Watch Series 4. If you are a Series 4 owner or are just curious as to how the feature works, check out our guide below.
Earlier this week, Apple released updates for iOS, macOS, and tvOS. Now, Apple is swooping in with the latest update for the Apple Watch.
The Apple Watch is one of Apple’s most popular products, and while it’s not the first to have some health features baked in or promoted, it’s definitely leaning even more heavily on its wearer’s health than any other of Apple’s branded devices.