Apple Watch

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Apple Watch is a line of smartwatches manufactured by Apple Inc. The basic functions of these devices include fitness tracking along with health-oriented capabilities. Apple Watch can be connected to an iPhone or other Apple devices to deliver notifications, send texts, run apps, etc.

Apple Reveals the First Affordable Apple Watch SE and Apple Watch Series 6 With a Blood Oxygen Sensor

The Apple Watch Series 6 can measure blood oxygen levels in about 15 seconds. The company is partnering with medical organizations to conduct large-scale research, determining if such a system can detect COVID-19.

Apple Will Hold an Online Event to Present Apple Watch and iPad on September 15

Apple's virtual online event called Time Flies will take place on September 15. It will be only the first part of the presentation with the new Apple Watch and iPad announcement, and the presentation of the iPhone 12 will take place in October.

WWDC 2020: Apple Presented Car Key for Wirelessly Unlocking Your Car With an iPhone and Apple Watch

Apple presented wireless car unlocking with the help of an iPhone. Other automakers also offer digital keys with similar capabilities, but they provide separate apps, whereas Apple directly built it into iOS.

WWDC 2020: Apple Introduced New iPadOS 14 and watchOS 7

Apple finally held its all-online Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), where the tech giant announced a lot of new and exciting features for products, including iPad and Apple Watch.

Fobase Released Air Pro Real-Time Body Temperature Watch, Which Looks Like Apple Watch

Forbase launched its own “Apple Watch,” which is called Air Pro. It has a wide range of functions and can even measure body temperature. A new smartwatch is available for $29.99, which is 10 times cheaper than Apple Watch.

Apple Watch Series 6 and watchOS 7 Will Surprise Users with New Features Like Tachymeter, SchoolTime, and More

New Apple Watch features were found in the iOS 14 code. One of them is the ability to determine blood oxygen saturation. When a smartwatch detects low levels of oxygen in blood, it will alert users in the same way as it does with heart rate notifications.

Why Did a Cardiologist Sue Apple?

New York University cardiologist Dr. Joseph Wiesel claims that Apple Watch uses his patent, so he sued Apple.

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