The Apple Watch Series 3 allows you to record your heart rate without connecting to your iPhone. In previous versions, it was possible to detect heart rate only when the iPhone device was nearby. Now, however, the user can check heart conditions anytime and anywhere.
Apple has sent a warning when the monitor detects a strange heart rate while the user is at work or resting.
Not only that, Apple Watch can track how long it will take your heartbeat back to normal.
Eric Topol, a cardiologist at the Scripps Research Institute in the United States, said Apple's innovative technology will help keep his or her heart healthy if heart rate goes back to low, meaning that the heart is not in good health. .
To upgrade the Apple watch, Apple worked with a cardiologist at Stanford University to create an algorithm to understand the pattern of heartbeat and identify any abnormal patterns.
Topol added that using about 1% to 2% of all adults in the United States has atrial fibrillation (AFib), which is very effective.
Using Apple Watch to monitor heart rate changes in real time can help you realize that atrial fibrillation can turn into heart disease.
Apple watches also help people with sleep apnea. Apple watches detect low oxygen flow or heartbeat and alert the user.
Topol said it is taking a fairly accurate readout, though it may take time for changes to cardiac status, such as the Apple Watch, to evolve into a serious disease.