Apple Watch Series 8 can SAVE your life; check amazing feature
Apple Watch Series 8 can be a lifesaver for you with this newly added feature. Here’s what it is all about.
Apple has introduced three new smartwatches this year - the Apple Watch Series 8. The new wearable was the first product that was introduced by Apple CEO Tim Cook during Apple's Far Out event yesterday. The Apple Watch 8 supports the latest watchOS 9, which is loaded with new health and safety features. However, the new smartwatch is equipped with some mind-blowing features that are not just there to help you keep track of your health, but can save your life in an emergency. Wondering how? Know here.
Apple Watch Series 8 Can Save Life
The new Apple Watch Series 8 comes with the new body temperature sensor as well as the new Cycle Tracking features for women's health. It includes information about ovulation. Moreover, for the first time, Apple introduces the temperature sensor and ensures to keep the data encrypted end-to-end, which will be accessible only via passcode Touch ID or Face ID. Privacy is ensured as not even Apple can read this!
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Health has always been one of the important factors to carry an Apple Watch. However, there have been some cases when the Apple Watch proved its potential to save the life of humans. And this time, Apple has introduced a new Car Crash detection feature that works via its three-axis gyroscope and a high-g-force accelerometer. What can it do? Apple Watch Series 8, the Apple Watch SE, and even Apple Watch Ultra will detect three types of crashes – side-impact, rear-end collision and rollovers. Apple Watch Series 8 will automatically connect the wearer with emergency services if they are involved in a collision.
Not just that, the new Apple Watch SE also packs some other safety features such as Fall Detection, sleep monitoring and other safety features. Whereas, Apple also introduced a new GPS system for tracking workouts in urban conditions. Interestingly, diving is also possible with the Apple Watch Ultra as it can go to a depth of 40 meters.
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