Research shows the Apple Watch 6 was the most accurate in measuring heart rate when compared with two rival wrist-worn devices.
9to5 Mac has picked up on reports of a new Apple Watch heart study. It is being run by University Health Network (UHN) in Canada and aims to discover how the wearable “can drive better clinical outcomes for heart failure patients.”
The UHN Apple Watch heart study will be led by renowned Canadian cardiologist Dr. Heather Ross, of the Ted Rogers Centre for Heart Research at the Peter Munk Cardiac Centre. The length of the study will be three months and will be done in collaboration with Apple to see “if remote monitoring with Apple Watch can help with early identification of worsening heart failure.” Notably, the new Blood Oxygen sensor and app is part of this study which means participants will be using the Apple Watch Series 6.
There is an Apple Watch on more than 100 million wrists, according to analyst Neil Cybart, and there are huge possibilities for growth.
If you have an Apple Watch, there’s a couple of ways that it can help you find your misplaced iPhone with the ‘Ping iPhone’ tool.
With its new Telenet One Number mobile plan, customers can add their Apple Watch’s eSIM to their plan starting November 13.
Apple has released watchOS 7.1, which brings a host of improvements to the Apple Watch, including headphone volume alerts.
The Apple Watch Series 6 added a blood oxygen sensor to measure the level of oxygen in your blood. But it’s meant for “wellness.”
There will always be excitement towards the top end products, but the lower-cost Apple Watch SE feels far from a compromise.
Masimo Corp. claims that Apple stolen its blood-oxygen monitoring technology used in the Apple Watch Series 6.
If you think wearing your own blood oxygen sensor is a great idea, don’t count on Apple Watch to be the best option for that.