Apple Watch will save more lives

Smart watches will monitor health of users even more closely.
The last couple of years, stories began to appear about saving someone's life thanks to the Apple Watch. Series 4 and Series 5 include a fall detection sensor and a more advanced heart health monitoring system.

Apparently, Apple is not going to stop there. The company began working with the Heartline Study project and Johnson & Johnson to equip Apple Watch with equipment that will help in early detection of atrial fibrillation (AF, atrial fibrillation). It is reported by Phone Arena.

Atrial fibrillation is considered one of the main causes of stroke, and the ability to detect its early signs is of great importance for people at risk. Apple smart watches can already notice signs of arrhythmia in the user, so it is believed that they can also help in diagnosing other abnormalities.

According to Phone Arena, if Apple plans to release a new generation of Apple Watch with an updated heart rate monitoring system, then these features will appear in Series 4 and Series 5. The company's research will continue over the next three years.

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