Apple Watch Series 4

Discussion in 'Apple Watch' started by denpacs, Sep 13, 2018.

  1. hitme64

    hitme64 PhilMUG Addict Member

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    We’ll get ours soon. Imagine the biggest continent with the highest percentage of heart-related diseases and deaths without access to Apple’s “beloved little contraption that measures ECG?” Think about what happens when Huawei gets its own ECG patent on its smart watch? Hmmm
     
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    Mm...Samsung is rumored to be working on smartwatch with BP function. Interesting breakthrough if they succeed. A cuffless digital BP. If it is technically possible, I m sure Apple is also working in solving that problem.
     
  3. Jagd

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    Anyone here using a 40mm Series 4 non-LTE watch? Just bought mine last Saturday and was wondering if it's normal that I'm left with only 36% battery after exactly 1 day of use with no workouts whatsoever. I only use it to check notifications, time, and adjusting volume/skipping to next song on the "Now Playing" screen.
     
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    I really do not keep track of the battery life of my watch since it’s always more than enough for a day. I think 36% at the end of the day could be normal. Though test it out for a few more days. On a light day like today, I started my day at 8am then at 7pm I still have 83%. But today i rarely used my watch other than checking notifications and the time.
     

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