The iWatch continues to make waves when it seems that we are in the year when it will finally be presented. If yesterday we read that Apple had been interested in integrating its device with Tesla cars, today we learn that one of the many health-related features will be the ability to prevent heart attacks .
This would be possible thanks to audio sensors that can listen to the blood flow, differentiating a healthy pulse from one that is about to suffer a heart attack . The man behind this initiative is Tomlinson Holman, one of the THX audio specialists that Apple signed up for in 2011. Some of his contributions to the company are already present in the iPhone or MacBook microphones for noise cancellation.
Even the Chinese sources dare to say that Apple wanted to be able to measure the level of oxygen or glucose in the blood with the iWatch , but these plans were abandoned because of the inaccuracy of the measurements with non-invasive sensors. And of course, we are not going to go plugged into the iWatch.
And it seems that the iWatch will also have its medical side covered, seeing Apple a huge niche market in patients with cardiovascular disease using an iWatch to improve their quality of life . But we are sure that the rest of the healthy population will also have a lot to benefit from with the future wearable from Apple.