The Mac Observer’s Nick deCourville joins us today to talk about buying his Apple Watch SE and his fascination with Crash Detection. Plus, a reminder to make sure Fall Detection is turned ON on your Apple Watch.
If you have yet to set up Apple Watch Fall Detection, take a moment to do so. The life you save could be yours.
A police officer recently had a Fall Detection call from an Apple Watch and was so impressed they want the world to know about the feature.
An Apple Watch helped in saving a life by dialing 911 when it detected that the woman had fallen hard and was almost unconscious.
The Apple Watch Fall Detection feature has been recently credited with saving a man’s life in Morrow, Georgia.
Apple Watch’s life-saving features have definitely made headlines. One Bostonian has been saved by this technology not once, but twice.
An Apple Watch is credited with helping to save the life of a mountain biker after he suffered a bad fall while biking.
Dad flipped his bike at the bottom of Doomsday, hit his head and was knocked out until sometime during the ambulance ride. The watch had called 911 with his location and EMS had him scooped up and to the hospital in under a 1/2 hr. The fire dept. took his bike back to the station. My brother was already driving by the the hospital when the second update came in and was able to be with him right away.
An Apple upgrade is blamed for a wave of accidental 911 calls in Nebraska. So far this year 7,000 abandoned calls were placed.
Fall Detection is turned off by default on Apple Watch Series 4. It’s easy to enable, so read on to learn how.