Subject: Re: Apple played digital liberal nanny-stater, now faces severallawsuits
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From: PeterN <"peter,newdelete">
Subject: Re: Apple played digital liberal nanny-stater, now faces several
Date: Mon, 1 Jan 2018 14:18:14 -0500
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On 1/1/2018 12:42 PM, nospam wrote:
> In article<>, PeterN
> <"peter,newdelete"> wrote:
>> If I was the target market, my iPhone would have a built in, or
>> available oximeter.
> and it does. here's one (there may be others):
> <>
> there are also apps that claim to do it. they're not as accurate, but
> they're also *much* cheaper than a medical device. here's one such app
> (there may be others):
> <
> nitor-app/id775632066?mt=8>
> the apple watch monitors resting heart rate and during workouts, but it
> currently does not have a pulse oximeter even though the hardware can
> do it. perhaps it's a certification issue. it's coming.
I know. For me the pulse oximeter is an important medical issue. I have 
been using on for almost a year. Total cost $50. I don't know if it as 
accurate as the Apple, but I will look into it, when it plugs directly 
into the watch.