Source: Wei Feng net
Apple unveiled the Apple Watch Series 4 at a recent launch of its latest smart watch, which features the largest Apple Watch display ever, a new electrode heart rate sensor, and a redesigned digital crown with tactile feedback. In addition, there is another function that users are very concerned about, that is, the function of ECG.
The electrocardiogram (ECG) function monitors low heart rates and arrhythmias of atrial fibrillation. It can send a PDF report from the ECG to a doctor. Apple Watch Series 4 is also certified by the Food and Drug Administration, which is one of the main highlights of the new Apple Watch. But Apple has previously announced that the feature is temporarily restricted to U.S. users, and the State Bank version is officially available today. Does it support this new feature? For this reason, some netizens consulted Apple's official customer service.
After consulting, I learned that the state-run version of Apple Watch Series 4 also supports ECG function, and can also be printed synchronously through the health of the iPhone App, but it can not be used as a test report in China, because it has not been certified by medical institutions in China (for details, refer to the conversation between the netizen and customer service).
Apple Watch Series 4 is on sale now, and many users have already got the new product for the first time today. So why don't you try ECG?