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danvdr said:Seems to me that blood oxygen will largely be a cool party trick. A) Unless you are quite sick, your O2 is normal. If you are quite sick and aren't getting enough O2 your body detects it and you feel short of breath and start breathing faster/harder. The O2 sensor gives you a number; whether you head to the doctor or not will depend on how you feel...
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.
What took AliveCor so long? ECG started with Series 4, they mention Series 5, and now Apple sells Series 6.In fact, I remember AliveCor specifically mentioning how the Series 4 ECG is not as good as its device when the Series 4 first came out.And how AliveCor was going to be pushing forward with better hardware like the one that you would touch to your ankle to get six points.
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?