Apple has unveiled the most anticipated smartwatch – the Apple Watch Series 4 (aka Apple Watch S4).
The S4 features a better display which looks better than its predecessor. For a smartwatch, the display definitely matters, and this time it looks much more attractive with some live animations going on the screen.
In addition to the display, it also notifies you when the heart rate elevates.
The Back of the watch is now more “Functional”
To improve the cellular reception – they’ve designed the back of the watch “functional” – which is made of up of ceramic crystal.
Not just the cellular reception, the ceramic back also lets the Apple Watch record your heartbeat to perform the task of an ECG (Electrocardiogram). You just need to put your finger on the digital crown and wait for a few seconds.
If you’re wondering, Apple also mentioned that they’ve received the FDA clearance for the ECG feature.
So, it’s a great deal of health data with the new Apple Watch S4.
It can detect whether you’re about to Fall…
The gyroscope sensor in this watch is utilized to detect if you’re about to fall. We’ve yet to get some more solid details on how it works – but it surely is something impressive.
A louder speaker…
While the watch is so much useful in a way, a louder speaker in the new S4 series does help you to easily interact with Siri in an immersive manner.
The digital crown experience is better
Digital Crown is the round button usually found in the right side of the watch. To make it feel more mechanical, they’ve added a haptic feedback to the button when you use the button.
Of course, with all those fancy additions, it’s waterproof, comes with a GPS, and supports a cellular connection.
The Apple Watch S4 will be available to pre-order on September 14 and will be available from September 21. The one with GPS will be available for $399 and the one with the cellular support will cost just $499.
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