Apple has unveiled a new version of the Apple Watch that is capable of reading the wearer’s blood oxygen levels via sensors on their wrist. The new feature works by measuring the color of blood flowing through the body to determine levels of oxygen in just 15 seconds, according to Apple. Blood oxygen levels are typically used as a measure of fitness and heart health, reflecting how well red blood cells carry oxygen around the body. Apple said it would also investigate whether the indicator, together with the Apple Watch’s heart rate monitor, could be used to detect early signs of Covid-19. The Apple Watch Series 6 was unveiled along with a new and affordable Apple Watch SE at the company’s virtual ‘Time Flies’ event, which was viewed by nearly nearly a million people around the world. The Apple Watch SE is designed with advanced features of the Series 6, but for more than $100 less. The event also introduced Apple’s new iPad Air with a new chip called A14 bionic and the 8th Generation iPad, which comes with its A12 bionic chip and a 10.2″ retina display. Scroll down for video Just as many had speculated over the past week, the firm… Read full this story
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