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Apple Launches New Apple Watch With Bigger Display

17 September 2018

Looking for ways to lessen reliance on phones, which represent more than 60 per cent its revenue, Apple opened its event by announcing the new Apple Watch Series 4 with edge-to-edge displays, like its latest phones, which are more than 30 per cent bigger than displays on current models. The risk here being the misreading of a user's heart rate, which isn't as likely to be fatal like you'd see with a subpar device in a higher risk category.

Apple CEO Tim Cook has long emphasized the watch's health and fitness-tracking capabilities.

As for older Apple Watch models running watchOS 5, it isn't clear how numerous new faces will be made available to them.

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These features will be available to US customers later this year, but Apple did not say when it would make it to the rest of the world. The combination of the electrodes and the optical heart rate monitor make the Series 4 a powerful, at-home health device that can detect too-low and too-high heart rates, check for signs of atrial fibrillation, measure electrocardiograms, and more. After all, we are talking about a change in the design of the display.

Apple's next iPhone wasn't the only announcement made this week, with a new Watch on the way, too. In order to get FDA clearance for the inclusion and marketing of the watch's ECG features, Apple and Stanford University conducted a study of a little less than 600 people, the results of which were submitted to the FDA for review. Apple sold nearly twelve times as many iPhones - 216 million - that year.

Called the Apple Watch Series 4, the redesigned and re-engineered watch takes another step closer to becoming a medical device. So here's everything you need to know about the Apple Watch Series 4. The feature gained an onstage endorsement from Ivor Benjamin, a cardiologist who is president of the American Heart Association. All of the data and stats collected are then synced with the health app and ECG can be shared as a pdf file with doctors. The watch will also watch for irregular heartbeats and can detect when the wearer has fallen, the company said. The new device also comes with an improved gyroscope and accelerometer. You can tap to acknowledge the fall but say you're OK. "I believe Series 4 will sell better than all previous models".

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At its launch event, the company touted the ease with which people could send heart data to their doctor, but Khandwalla is concerned about adding another data pipeline in a clinical environment already inundated with information sources.

Fall detection is automatically enabled for users over age 65, ; otherwise, you can turn on the feature inside the Watch app on your iPhone. Furthermore, once a hard fall is confirmed the watch will share location details and a text message to selected contacts.

Apple insists that all the personal health data it is collecting is just that - personal - and that it is up to you to determine when and with whom to share it.

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Apple Launches New Apple Watch With Bigger Display