iWatch Latest ECG Feature: Know More

Apple, the most ambitious tech company always well known for its innovative ideas. Though the company starting its journey with a smartphone named iPhone now they are focusing on all the other products of apple.

For this reason, Apple is now coming up with a great feature that we have seen in the latest iWatch series. In previous we see that they provide some very crazy features on the iWatch and now they add an ECG feature on it which is really gonna be a very interesting one. So, if you interested to know more about it then go through this article completely. After reading the whole article I hope you get all the answers regarding this one.

How to install and set up your iPhone

This feature is actually a very useful feature that can give you an instant heart report by just using your smartphone and smartwatch. For this, you have to just download an ECG app on your iPhone.

Here you have to open the health app on your iPhone. After that, you have to just follow the following steps mentioned on your screen. And finally, you get there the setup option of your ECG app. After completing the installation and setup process now you can open the ECG app. And now you can easily take ECG by just using your smartphone and iWatch.

How to take ECG

For this first, you have to select the ECG app in your watch and select the watch orientation from the general settings. After that, rest your hand on a table or like that place and with the help of another hand now you have to hold the digital crown. Please remember here you don’t need to press the digital crown section. You have to just hold that particular button and that’s it. After that, wait for just 30 seconds and after that, you get the result of your report. And finally, tap the done button to end the program.

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iWatch versions

Till now it’s confirmed that this feature is coming up with the iWatch 4,5,6 series and so on. Maybe in the future, we see more facilities on that ECG feature.

That’s all for today. Stay tuned with Stanford Arts Review for the latest updates.

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