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Apple Watch fall detection helps 87-year-old woman call emergency services after car accident

[2019-06-26 23:04:17]

With the Apple Watch Series 4’s ECG functionality having proven to be incredibly useful for many people, it’s easy to forget about the device’s fall detection feature as well. An 87-year-old woman in Maine is now crediting that feature with helping her after a car accident. The post Apple Watch fall detection helps 87-year-old woman call emergency services after car accident appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Apple Watch fall detection helps 87-year-old woman call emergency services after car accident


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