available when the device ships next week; the company says it will arrive later this year.) Thanks to Apple's improved gyroscope and accelerometer, the new Apple Watch can now detect falls and alert your emergency contacts if you're rendered immobile after a tumble.
As previous models before it, the Series 4 Apple Watch has an optical heart rate monitor that logs your pulse constantly and alerts you of abnormalities.
The Apple Watch Series 4 will be available from 21 September, with orders starting this Friday, 14 September on Apple.com for the United Kingdom, or here for the US.
Apple made a bold move into health technology during a special product event Wednesday, announcing that the Apple Watch Series 4 will track abnormal heart activity.
The Apple Watch Series 4 has been priced at $399 (roughly Rs. 28,700) for the GPS-only, non-Cellular variant, and $499 (around Rs. 35,900) for the variant with both Global Positioning System and Cellular capabilities.
The Series 4 will come in silver, gold and space gray, as well as two polished stainless steel varieties.
"Apple Watch has become an intelligent guardian for your health", he said.
The user can touch the Digital Crown and receive heart rhythm classification after 30 seconds. The cellular version will be available at $499. Due to a false start by the Apple Store this morning, numerous announcements were already known - larger display, new faces, and release date (among other things) were leaked pre-event taking the Apple Store offline. The feature will roll out in the U.S. later this year.
It can also look for any irregularities with your heart, including the detection of atrial fibrillation.
Apple has unveiled a new series of watches with health care a key focus. It's going on sale on September 21st in stores, but you can pre-order the Apple Watch 4 this week and get it delivered on the release date. The watch face has been redesigned too, with eight customisable areas. The new Apple watch has an edge-to-edge display, credit goes to the bigger display with rounded edges.
"The killer app for most who have been holding out has been longer battery life, something that doesn't require daily charging, and possibly a larger screen to make it easier to type on", he said.