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Well, obviously, it's not Google's fault.It's the fault of end users not knowing how to navigate several baffling layers of Settings (with informative double-negative names) to turn things off, because everyone wants those things on by default. Kind of like a do-not-call list, the default is to invite telemarketers to call you.
Having atrial fibrillation, I have no problem buying the latest Apple hardware as my little way to contribute to their being able to finance their research and development of even better wearables. When I found out my Series 0 didn't do what later version do regarding heart monitoring, next day bought a new one. Also, the Series 0 didn't support the KardiaBand (that I found out about on this site) which even my cardiologist recommended, relating to me that his father (who also has a-fib) bought one and it is very useful.No point in waiting out the latest-rumored next-gen whatever, just buy it when it comes to health. No point being the richest man in the graveyard.
So the video card I bought to run Mojave on my old 2010 Mac Pro won't let me do Catalina.Not that I'm surprised that a nine-year old computer is finally phased out.
Did anyone notice if a lot of people stood up at 50 minutes past the hour because their watch told them too?