• Apple Watch is becoming more useful to those worried about getting or having COVID-19

    9 days ago - By Phone Arena

    The Apple Watch is already equipped with some useful features related to keeping the user alive. The timepiece has already saved lives with its heart rate monitor, electrocardiograph sensor, and Apple Watch fall detection system. And the is rumored to add a pulse oximeter that measures the amount of oxygen in the user's blood. A reading between 95% and 100% is considered to be good and means that blood is being pumped efficiently throughout the body.
    The Apple Watch is becoming more useful to those worried about contracting COVID-19
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  • Kevin Lynch talks sleep tracking for the Apple Watch in new interview

    Kevin Lynch talks sleep tracking for the Apple Watch in new interview

    9 days ago - By iMore

    Apple believes less is more with sleep tracking.
    What you need to know
    Kevin Lynch sat down with CNET to talk about its new Sleep app in watchOS 7.
    The Apple executive talked about how the company wanted to focus on less with the feature.
    The Sleep app will be available on watchOS 7 when it is released this fall.
    One of the big Apple Watch features that many have been waiting for is a built-in sleep tracker. Apple announced just that at this year's WWDC, and Kevin Lynch, who heads up software development for the Apple Watch, sat down to talk about it.
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  • Apple executives talk macOS Big Sur and Safari updates in interview on ‘Upgrade' podcast

    Apple executives talk macOS Big Sur and Safari updates in interview on ‘Upgrade' podcast

    10 days ago - By 9to5Mac

    Following last week's WWDC keynote and accompanying sessions, a pair of Apple executives have joined Relay FM's Upgrade podcast with Myke Hurley and Jason Snell to talk about the latest features in macOS 11 Big Sur, Safari, and more.
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  • Apple launches 'Path to Apple Card' program to approve more customers

    Apple launches 'Path to Apple Card' program to approve more customers

    10 days ago - By iMore

    Apple wants to help more applicants get approved for its credit card.
    What you need to know
    Apple has launched a new program for Apple Card.
    The 'Path to Apple Card' program will guide declined applicants on how to get approved.
    Declined applicants will get notified of the program starting today.
    For those who were excited about getting Apple Card only to be declined, Apple has a new program to help you get approved.
    Reported by TechCrunch , Apple has launched a new 'Path to Apple Card' program to help guide declined applicants with concrete steps that will lead them to an eventual...
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  • OPPO Watch may be avaiable in the US soon as per FCC images

    OPPO Watch may be avaiable in the US soon as per FCC images

    10 days ago - By Android Community

    OPPO launched its smartwatch back in China earlier this year and some have remarked that it looks very much like an Apple Watch. If you don't live in China but you're curious about it and may even consider owning one, we might soon see this wearable in the U.S. It seems like they're trying to...
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  • ‘Path to Apple Card' program helps customers who have been declined, here's how it works

    ‘Path to Apple Card' program helps customers who have been declined, here's how it works

    10 days ago - By 9to5Mac

    Apple Card includes a lot of great features like a digital-first experience, focus on privacy and security, Daily Cash, titanium physical card, and more. But what about if you weren't approved? Apple has launched a new program to help customers understand why they were declined and what they can do to get approved for Apple Card in the future.
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  • Apple VP Kevin Lynch talks Apple Watch sleep tracking, focus on ‘helpful and empowering' data

    Apple VP Kevin Lynch talks Apple Watch sleep tracking, focus on ‘helpful and empowering' data

    10 days ago - By 9to5Mac

    Apple Watch will add support for native sleep tracking with watchOS 7, tying it together with new features like Wind Down on iPhone and iOS 14. In new interviews following WWDC, Apple VP of technologies Kevin Lynch offered more details on the strategy behind the company's implementation of sleep tracking with Apple Watch.
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