The feature & # 39; electrocardiogram of the promised & # 39; Apple Watch Series 4 (EKG) can & # 39; finally get support in updating & # 39; watchOS next 5.1.2, according to a document & # 39; training obtained from Apple Store MacRumors.
The feature will leave wearables take EKG measurements using the & # 39; electrodes built on the back of the watch and digital crown, and improve the ability of & # 39; Apple Watch to measure and monitor users' hearts. Apple Type II received FDA approval for Apple Watch in the United States, which, as Angela Chen says, is not quite the same thing as the full approval Type III FDA.
According to the document the training, the features of the EKG will only be available in & # 39; regions where Apple Watch has been cleared for use, it appears that only the United States during the initial launch. All that said, it is hard to imagine that Apple is working to get medical clearance to other countries.
The watchOS 5.1.2 update is in beta testing for developers, but not & # 39; there is no word on when the final version is released.