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Three new trials (Asthma and Influenza included.)— Horace Dediu (@asymco) September 15, 2020
so, new Apple Watch will not include a charger, which means if it runs out of charge, you throw it trash and buy a new one. This is a cool way to spend $300 per day with Apple. I am buying Apple stock.— . (@cloud_opinion) September 15, 2020
Apple doing everything they can to insinuate that the oxymeter is useful for COVID without actually saying so...— Ben Thompson (@benthompson) September 15, 2020
So, is Apple trying to sell people a thing that measures blood oxygen levels, in the middle of this particular pandemic that affects blood oxygen levels, while trying not to seem gross about it?— Shira Ovide (@ShiraOvide) September 15, 2020
I’m so excited for @trogersresearch to partner with @Apple in a historic collaboration that will move patient care from the hospital to their wrists. Using Apple Watch metrics we can revolutionize our ability to monitor and manage heart failure patients https://t.co/h67e86mAKu— Heather Ross (@hearthealthydoc) September 15, 2020
Apple just announced it is partnering with health networks to start large-scale studies using the new blood oxygen measurement feature on the Apple Watch, including seeing if it can detect COVID-19 infections, but that’s just one potential use case. https://t.co/2OdKc80310.— Richard Chu (@richard_chu97) September 15, 2020
Damn it, Series 3 is still around, further pushing back the interval that developers have to support 32-bit on the Watch and the old 38/42 screen sizes.— Marco Arment (@marcoarment) September 15, 2020
Apple Watch SE needs to be $199, not $279.
What’s missing from the Apple Watch SE: Always on display, steel/titanium options, blood oxygen and ECG, S6 chip (has S5 instead), U1 chip, 5GHz WiFi. Rest looks to be the same.— Mark Gurman (@markgurman) September 15, 2020
Looks like the Apple Watch titanium and Hermes models still have the power adapter. So the more expensive versions keep it. Makes it seem like its less of an an environment thing and more cost-driven.— Mark Gurman (@markgurman) September 15, 2020
Medical professionals: What do you think about the new Apple Watch adding monitoring for blood oxygen levels?— Christina Farr (@chrissyfarr) September 15, 2020
(We don't know a ton yet, but Apple has announced that there will be studies, which is an approach it has taken in the past.) https://t.co/0yCEgdBGeO
I want to know if this was tested w/ a broad range of genders & skin tones. The accuracy of current pulse oximeters is lower for darker skin tones because they weren't designed & tested for darker skin tones. #Transparency #Representativeness #Equality https://t.co/zoWCw9wxtu https://t.co/Oe7cjMGzwQ— Kathy Baxter (@baxterkb) September 15, 2020
New band:— Rene Ritchie (@reneritchie) September 15, 2020
Solo loop. No clasp. No buckle. No overlapping parts. Custom molded silicon. Slip it over your wrist. Swim-proof. Range of sizes. Seven colors.
Also available in braided version, recycled yarn with silicon threads.
New Leather link, no clasp.
New Nike, Hermes.
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#AppleWatchSeries6 will measure blood oxygen levels https://t.co/La3QVIBcUm | @techcrunch #asthma #COVID19 #HeartDisease #HealthTech@DrFerdowsi @jblefevre60 @Xbond49 @mvollmer1 @FrRonconi @efipm @Paula_Piccard @JeroenBartelse @labordeolivier @Nicochan33 @Fabriziobustama @gvalan pic.twitter.com/P52jSnfB19— Shi 💖 #WearAMask #SocialDistancing #StayHealthy💖 (@ShiCooks) September 16, 2020
.@Apple announces exciting new collaboration with BBI, @UWMedicine & @seattleflustudy to learn how signals from the Apple Watch, such as Heart Rate & Blood Oxygen, could serve as early signs of respiratory conditions like influenza and COVID-19. https://t.co/h0RoADQ2db— Brotman Baty (@BrotmanBaty) September 15, 2020
This is the slide. The press release also says “Apple Watch Series 6 offers faster charging, completing a full charge in under 1.5 hours, and improved battery life for tracking certain workouts, such as indoor and outdoor runs.”https://t.co/9ClaXQgDuc pic.twitter.com/Y2OKKRP1tW— Rich Hong (@hongrich) September 15, 2020
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