The new EKG feature is a game-changer in the world of smartwatches.
This fall Apple’s new watch overshadowed the rest of its announcements. The Apple watch has been the best-selling smartwatch from the time it was first launched but not it’s the best-selling watch, period. Nevertheless, the improvements in the new edition are sure to blow your mind.
The general design can boast of the thinner body and bigger screen (30% larger now). The rounded corners add not only extra space but style as well. New dynamic faces look mesmerizing. The new screen can fit more icons from the apps you want and the new powerful processor is ready to manage all of them. Digital Crown haptic is ace. The new color option was also added. Now you can have your smartwatch in the gold finish. The company also claims to have the improved speaker and they put the microphone on the other side of the watch to secure the best possible quality of communication.
But the thing that differs it from the rest is the first-ever built-in electrocardiogram. From being the coolest fitness watch it immediately turned into a potential life-saving gadget. In addition to EKG, the watch can detect when the owner falls. It sends a signal to the watch display and if there is no response, it automatically calls emergency. How cool is that? The Apple Watch Series 4 also monitors your heart rate and notifies you about the higher or lower heart rate.
With all these improvements Apple managed to keep the battery life to 18 hours. The new soft was also announced. WatchOS 5 has a wide range of advantages for any Apple Watch.
The model comes in plenty of variations: 40- and 44-mm sizes, with LTE and without. They are compatible with all Apple wristbands. The price starts at $399.