Latest News on Apple Watch Series 4
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Apr 05, 2019
Apple patents hint at devices that can smell toxic gases and measure blood sugar levelsCould these patents find their way on the next generation Apple Watch?
Mar 29, 2019
WatchOS 5.2 brings ECG feature to 19 more countries along with AirPods 2 supportIn the Apple Watch Series 4, users can measure their heart rate by touching the digital crown.
Feb 21, 2019
Samsung Galaxy Watch Active with blood pressure monitor, heart rate sensor unveiledSpecs include a 1.1-inch 360x360 display, 230 mAh battery, Exynos 9110 SoC and 768 MB of RAM
Feb 08, 2019
Apple Watch Series 4 Cellular review: Expensive, but a worthy buy for fitness fanaticsIf you are an iPhone user and have never bought an Apple Watch before, I’d say spend extra and get the Series 4
Jan 24, 2019
AirPods 2 to reportedly come in the first half of 2019 with health monitoring featuresSeeing the tiny size of AirPods we wonder what kind of health features the new wireless pods might have.
Dec 07, 2018
Apple Watch Series 4 enables ECG app to let you check electrocardiogram from your wristApple worked with the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for several years to receive "De Novo" classification for the ECG app
Nov 30, 2018
Apple Series 4 watchOS 5.1.2 update may not bring ECG support to India for monthsIf you're waiting to buy the Series 4 largely for its ECG feature, don't hold your breath.
Nov 29, 2018
Apple Watch Series 4 to get ECG suport with the public release of watchOS 5.1.2watchOS 5.1.2 will add an Apple-designed ECG app which is capable of indicating heart rhythm anomalies.
Nov 21, 2018
Apple Watch gets approval for patent on protection from UV light exposureApple's patent describes a system where UV light sensors detect sunlight and track exposure over time.
Nov 06, 2018
After the watchOS 5.1’s bricking issue, Apple has now rolled out watchOS 5.1.1The watchOS 5.1 update left Apple Watch Series 4 unusable, with their screens frozen at the Apple logo.