Apple on Thursday announced their new Research App is now avaliable for download. The Apple Research App offers three different studies users can sign up for: Hearing, Heart Health, and Women’s Health studies. Here’s everything you need to know.
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According to well-known Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple will debut their Apple Watch Series 6 in the fall of 2020 with a faster processor, improved water resistance, and possibly MicroLED displays. Here’s everything you need to know.
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watchOS 6 introduced more ways for the Apple Watch to be more independent than ever. This includes its own App Store, podcasts, Apple Books, independent apps, cellular and connectivity settings. But what is more interesting that lessens an Apple Watch’s dependence on the iPhone is the ability to update your Watch independently. Continue reading watchOS 6 Beta 2 Allows Independent OTA Software Updates Without iPhone
Many Apple Watch Series 4 users complained about a defect regarding the uneven brightness levels on their Apple Watch. This consists of the screen getting unusually darker or lighter in some areas, fading and the screen being darker than usual. This only happens on 1 in every 10 Apple Watches distributed to the market and it is a fairly common defect. Continue reading Display Issues And Defects on Apple Watch Series 4
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Canadian health agency “Health Canada” has already cleared the ECG and irregular heart rhythm features for Apple Watch. This means that Apple will be releasing these features to Canada as soon as possible in the coming weeks. Continue reading Health Canada Approves ECG and Irregular Rhythm Notifications for Apple Watch Series 4
Apple has published a new ‘More Powerful, More Colorful’ ad highlighting different Apple Watch band options. The ad is part of a slew of new ads that highlight how you can customize your new Apple Watch.
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Apple has officially released watchOS 5.2 for Apple Watch customers around the globe. What makes this update significant is ECG is now available for Apple Watch Series 4 users in Hong Kong and 19 European countries including France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and the United Kingdom. Here’s everything you need to know about the update.
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In addition to other hardware expectations published by analyst Ming-Chi Kuo in his report, Apple is expected to launch a larger entry-level iPad, revised iPad Pro, and a Ceramic Apple Watch Edition. Here’s everything we know so far.
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Undeniable, people love the Series 4 Apple Watch. Specifically, people love how the watch can monitor their heart, and allow them to take ECG’s right from Apple Watch and have it readily available to send to their cardiologist through the Health app. Now, Apple has partnered with pharmaceutical titan Johnson & Johnson to launch a study that will look into Apple Watch being able to detect a stroke and risks that may lead up to a stroke. Here’s everything we know so far.
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Back in September, Apple showed off the new Series 4 Apple Watch and praised a new ECG sensor that is the first ECG monitor available without a prescription. Since that announcement, Apple has been radio-silent regarding when the ECG app will be available, only to announce they received FDA clearance on the day of the event, but all that has changed.
Continue reading Apple Watch Series 4 ECG capability is set to arrive with watchOS 5.1.2 update