The next fitness challenge for Apple Watch owners around the world to celebrate Heart Month has been scheduled for Valentine’s Day, February 14.
Google Fit on your iPhone can measure your heart rate using the rear camera. This brief tutorial will go over some pre-requisites, and will show you how to check your heart rate using this free app.
You might have noticed green lights shining from the back of your Apple Watch. If you're a new user, this flashing LED light might be terrifying, giving an impression that something is wrong with your Apple Watch.
But there is nothing to worry about. The rear green lights on your Apple Watch flash when it's measuring your heart rate or when you try to find it at night.
Here's more about the green flashing Apple Watch light and how to disable it if you do not like what it does.
If you feel like working out on Valentine's Day and completing a new Apple Watch activity challenge, you'll earn a virtual award in the Fitness app and animated stickers for bragging rights. so, do you feel like working out this Valentine's Day?
Apple Watch's ECG feature is now more widely available around the world with support for 30 new countries added to the recent watchOS 7.6 software update.
Apple's irregular heart rhythm notification feature on the Apple Watch has received approval from the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods, according to official documents.
The electrocardiogram (ECG) feature is coming to Apple Watch customers in Taiwan on Tuesday, December 15 (Taiwan time), with the upcoming watchOS 7.2 and iOS 14.3 updates.
Apple has created a new version 2 algorithm for the Apple Watch Series 4 and later to measure electrocardiogram (ECG) waves of one's heart via the optical heart sensor.
Apple today made the announcement that its ECG and irregular heart rhythm notification features will become available to Apple Watch customers in South Korea with upcoming releases of iOS and watchOS software updates later this month.
The Japanese Association for the Advancement of Medical Equipment last Friday approved the ECG app on the Apple Watch Series 4 and 5, along with irregular heart rhythm notifications.
Apple Watch’s ECG feature could soon launch for customers in South Korea.
Recent government filings indicate that the useful ECG feature found on the Apple Watch Series 4 and newer could launch in Japan and Brazil next.