Thursday, April 22, 2021 16:30 PM (GMT + 7)
In the near future, the ECG heart rate monitor on the Apple Watch will be available for the Vietnamese and Australian markets via the Watch OS 7.4 update.
According to a report on Tuesday, Apple will introduce the ECG feature – electrocardiogram and receive notification of irregular rhythms. Apple Watch Watch in Australia and Vietnam with the upcoming OS 7.4 update. In 2018, the technology was first introduced in some areas using the Apple Watch Series 4.
For Apple Watch users in Vietnam, the ECG ECG Monitoring feature will be updated in the Watch OS 7.4 version.
At the event on April 20, “Apple House” is ready for updates on iOS 14.5, iPados 14.5, TVOS 14.5 and Watch OS 7.4, and it has been confirmed that iOS 14.5 and iPados 14.5 will be released next week. The company plans to release the Watch OS 7.4 at the same time or soon.
In February, Apple Watch added ECG activity to the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods. This shows that the government approves the ECG accuracy test on the Apple Watch.
The ECG feature is compatible with Apple Watch Series 4, Series 5 and Series 6.
Similar to the electrocardiograph commonly used in modern medicine, Apple’s solution uses electrodes and a digital crown placed in an Apple Watch case to measure electrical signals from the heart and generate waves. Heart rate and pulse data are used to classify AFib or atrial fibrillation, thereby alerting the wearer.
The ECG feature is currently available on the Apple Watch Series 4, Series 5 and Series 6. So far, this action on the Apple Watch is said to have saved many lives. When brought to Vietnam, it is hoped that this feature will help actively monitor and protect the wearer’s health.
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