With two of them starting at $999 or higher in the United States, Apple appears to be taking advantage of a strong US economy, low unemployment, and rising household wealth.
"Apple Watch has become an intelligent guardian for your health", Chief Operating Officer Jeff Williams said. But this year, Apple's new Watch innovations prove that they're taking the world's most popular watch to a completely new level. This is what the original Apple Watch should have been.
The Apple Watch Series 4 also has new tools to measure your heart rate, including a new low-heart-rate notification and atrial-fibrillation detection.
A new Apple Watch with the first major form-factor change since the smartwatch was initially launched in 2015 will help the tech giant capitalize on the extraordinary momentum it is seeing in its wearable business.
Apple Inc introduced its largest-ever iPhone and a watch that detects heart problems on Wednesday in an attempt to get customers to upgrade to more expensive devices in the face of stagnant global demand for smartphones. This small watch can now take an electrocardiogram (ECG) using the new electrical heart rate sensor.
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To win over buyers in a tight market, Apple was reported to be launching handsets with 30 percent more viewing space without increasing the size of the devices. The feature gained an onstage endorsement from Ivor Benjamin, a cardiologist who is president of the American Heart Association. It could turn smartwatches "from something people buy for prestige into something they buy for more practical reasons", he said.
But it also bears several similarities to last year's model: the new watch gets the same amount of battery life (18 hours) and the design looks almost identical to the Series 3, and to previous versions before that.
The heart rate data can easily be shared with doctors with a PDF file. The watch will also monitor for irregular heartbeats and can detect when the wearer has fallen, the company said. The new device also comes with an improved gyroscope and accelerometer.
If a person falls, and then is motionless, the watch will call emergency services, he added. The median US household income rose for a third straight year in 2017 to the highest on record since 1967 by one measure, government data showed on Wednesday. But some doctors said that including heart-monitoring tools in such a popular consumer product could prompt unnecessary anxiety and medical visits.
The new Watch's back panel is made of black ceramic and sapphire crystal. Photos are great approximations of how Apple Watches sit on someone else's wrists, and until they're on yours, it's nearly impossible to judge. It will automatically detect and initiate an emergency call.
Apple insists that all the personal health data it is collecting is just that - personal - and that it is up to you to determine when and with whom to share it.