Your heart and the Original Apple Watch do not get along -


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Saturday, 23 September 2017

Your heart and the Original Apple Watch do not get along

The new Apple Watch software, WatchOS 4, includes several updates to the health tracking features, the most interesting of which are new heart rate monitoring features . With the new software, the clock will display resting heart rate, walking heart rate and recovery rate, and will mark abnormal spikes even when users are not working.

But it turns out that not all Apple Watch users will experience these. As has been noted in some digital publications and other same made by users on Twitter today, the new heart rate monitoring feature is limited to the Series 1, Series 2, and the new Series 3 watches. The original Apple watch, the first to be released in 2015, will not support some of the new heart rate features in WatchOS 4.

There are technical reasons for this. Series 1, 2 and 3 have faster chips and larger batteries than the original smartwatch. The original watch is not the Series 1, it was launched at the same time as the Series 2 in 2016 and had an improvement in the processor.

Reviews of the new watch published yesterday revealed an error in the way the new LTE-equipped watch attempts to connect to Wi-Fi networks when the watch is away from the phone. While the clock's connectivity has been problematic, the new WatchOS 4 software has undergone improvements to its slightly redesigned user interface that has the aforementioned new health monitoring features.

But not all users of Apple Watch will experience the full extent of the latter. It seems that the start of the new California brand watch has not been as successful as expected. We will be attentive to the developments that are taking place.

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