The Apple Watch Series 4 is not necessarily the cheapest device out there, and the price tag may be too high for some people to pick up. Even those who might benefit from the smartwatch the most.
Apple Watch: Release Date, Features & News
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.
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.
The Apple Watch is a great smartwatch, and it’s also a fantastic device to keep tabs on your health. And now Apple is showcasing new stories on how that works for individuals out there in the real world.
In early December, Apple officially released iOS 12.1.1, along with updates for the other major platforms as well.
Apple launched watchOS 5.1.2 earlier today, and, along with it, brought the ECG app to the Apple Watch Series 4.
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.
Apple Watch works in tandem with the iPhone. It uses both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi to sync data and stream media from the iPhone (and now, directly using Apple Watch apps). Unless you’ve got the Cellular model, Wi-Fi plays a huge role in how Apple Watch works in delivering notifications and running apps.
Apple is making a pretty big change for its return and refund policy related to the Apple Watch.