Subject: Re: Apple played digital liberal nanny-stater, now faces severallawsuits
On 1/1/2018 4:20 PM, Mayayana wrote:
> "PeterN" <"peter,newdelete"@deleteverizon.net> 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.
> There's no reason to think that an oximeter "app"
> would work any better than the x-ray glasses one
> can buy from magazines to see fish under water
> and look through ladies dresses. Nospam just
> automatically spews something pro-Apple, given half
> a chance. If you say you want to buy a hot air
> balloon he'll probably come up with a balloon shopping
> app that's only available on iPhone. will it be
> relevant? no. Will it be factual? Probably not.
> He doesn't care.
Since I was diagnosed with COPD, and my defibrillator/pacemaker
recalled, I see nothing funny about toy pulse oximeters.