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Subject: Re: Apple played digital liberal nanny-stater, now faces several lawsuits
Date: Mon, 01 Jan 2018 17:46:48 -0500
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In article <p2e8mn$13c1$>, Mayayana<mayayana@invalid.nospam> wrote:

> | > a pulse oximeter won't plug directly into the watch.
> | >
> | > that functionality will be part of the watch itself, checking your
> | > oxygen level as often as you deem necessary, as well as other vitals.
> | >
> | > there could also be a bluetooth version that talks to the watch.
> | >
> |
> | Since the physical measurement device is not available for sale, it is
> | vaporware, that I cannot rely on..
>   It's all a joke. Look up accuracy reports. Apple
> watch accuracy is quite good as a heart rate monitor,
> as joke watch functions go. (It's still not very good
> and the whole idea is idiotic. But within that field
> it's tops. :)

the only joke is you.

the apple watch has already saved the lives of several people, likely
more because not everyone has a news story about it.

examples such as these come up every so often:

  Late last week, Green posted an image from the hospital noting that
  the "stupid lil wrist computer [he] bought 2 years ago" saved his
  life after it notified him of a spiking heart rate.

  ...The watch indicated his heart rate was 145 beats per minute, a
  full 60 to 80 beats higher than an average resting heart rate. He