The Apple Watch can detect oxygen levels in your blood
In the future, your Apple Watch may detect more health problems than uncontrollable heartbeat. Tipsters, who spoke to 9to5Mac, claims that Apple is working its ability to detect oxygen levels in the blood through the wrist.
Ability to detect oxygen levels in the blood through its wrists. If your blood oxygen saturation drops below a certain threshold, you will receive a notification such as an abnormal heart rate.
Not sure if this will require new hardware or software updates, though there is money on our money when red and infrared sensors detect oxygen variations in Fitbit’s vision. A mixture of is used.
Not sure if this will require new hardware or software updates, though there is money on our money when red and infrared sensors detect oxygen variations in Fitbit’s vision.
It is said that the company is also working on a better ECG functions that can produce accurate results in 100 to 120 beats per minute.
There is no guarantee that the new features will appear with the next generation of Apple Watch hardware, except through software updates.
Apple has not described the watch as an embarrassment about its desire to function as a health device, however, and may be more important than usual low levels of oxygen in the blood can increase the risk of heart and lung attacks.
Add rumors of additional features, such as sleep tracking, and the question may be when Apple combines more health functions than “if.”