Apple Watch is still a smartwatch model used by many users. However, not only contributing to increasing the comfort of the Apple ecosystem, Apple Watch has many times helped the wearer escape death. Not stopping there, the upcoming Apple Watch may be integrated with features to better monitor the health of users.

Since the Apple Watch Series 4, Apple has been paying close attention to the health of its users when equipped with many health monitoring features. The most special is the ability to measure ECG, it can detect abnormal heart rhythms that can lead to stroke and heart failure... Besides, it also has feature to identify and send emergency messages if the wearer falls to unconsciousness.

Thanks to the above-mentioned features, Apple Watch has many times saved its owner from the scythe of death. Apart from that, Apple also wants to develop the ability to track health indicators and protection more comprehensively.

Recently, a code on iOS 14 has been leaked, it has revealed the feature to monitor blood oxygen levels will be available on the Apple Watch. According to information from 9to5Mac, the Apple Watch will soon be more capable of following blood oxygen saturation levels.

If the result of the measurement is between 95% and 100%, it is normal user. On the other hand, if the reading is below 80%, the wearer's heart or brain can have a serious problem. This is a sign that Apple Watch users should not ignore because low blood oxygen saturation levels can lead to cardiac arrest or respiratory arrest.

At the moment, it is not known whether this feature will be updated to older Apple Watch generations or if it will only be available on the Apple Watch Series 6. Hope to have more information in the near future.


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