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WatchOS 6 update brings ECG support for Apple Watch

Apple Inc. A new update for iOS devices running iOS 13. In addition, the company also released a new update for watchOS 6

Apple Inc. A new update for iOS devices running iOS 13. In addition, the company also released a new update for watchOS 6 which provides a range of new features for Apple Watch users. 

The new watchOS 6 provides long-awaited ECG support for Apple Watch.

There are many other useful apps that have been added to Apple Watch with the new watchOS 6 update. If we talk about new apps, the company has added Noise and Voice Memos, ECG support, PMS and so on to Apple Watch models.

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For Indian consumers, the company added many improved features to fitness outings. Yes, there are many health-related features Apple Inc adds to Apple Watch users. 

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Of all the new features and improvements, ECG support is what most Apple Watch users expect. Let's see how this feature works.

How does an ECG work in Apple Watch?


ECG support is now available for the latest Apple Watch models. This feature is designed for Apple Watch Series 4 and above. It works well on Apple Watch Series 5 as well. Other Apple Watch models will get the rest of the features except the ECG app.

This feature detects early signs of heart-related issues in the human body. This app works with embedded electrodes that are placed in the underside of your Apple Watch. 

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Apple Watch poles work with the digital crown. Both the electrodes and the digital crown work together for an ECG from anywhere. You don't need to go anywhere to get ECG certification. You can view ECG reports directly on your Apple Watch screen.

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Using this app is very simple, all you have to do is just open the app list and launch the ECG app. Yes, there is a custom ECG app available that comes with the latest watchOS 6 updates

Once the app is launched, place your finger on the crown and wait until the countdown ends. The countdown takes just 30 seconds or less to give you an ECG count.

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