Apple Watch has always amazed us with its leading features that focus on health and more. With features such as ECG detection, sleep monitoring, and now with extended battery life, Apple is way ahead of its Android counterparts.
Now, a new report says that Apple Watch Series 6 could have the ability to measure your blood oxygen level. The report claims that Apple has made a deal with Taiwan-based ASE Technology for building the Series 6.
Blood Oxygen level indicates the amount of oxygen your blood has. It also tells you the percentage of your blood that is saturated, which is known as SpO2 level in medical terms. This feature could be a great use for COVID-19 patients that have alarmingly low oxygen levels.
This is also the reason why there has been a steep rise in demand for standalone clip-on-style Pulse oximeters in the market. It uses red and infrared light sensors to detect blood-oxygen levels.
Apple Watch Series 6 will be coming out with the iPhone 12 this year in September. Keep checking this space for more info about the iPhone and Apple.
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