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NYU doctor sues Apple over Apple Watch’s ability to detect atrial fibrillation

[2019-12-28 12:14:47]

Apple Watch’s ability to detect atrial fibrillation has proven to be life-saving for many users, but a New York University doctor is now suing Apple over the feature. As reported by Bloomberg, Dr. Joseph Wiesel claims that Apple Watch infringes on his patent for a method to detect an irregular heartbeat. Check out 9to5Mac on YouTube for more Apple news: The post NYU doctor sues Apple over Apple Watch’s ability to detect atrial fibrillation appeared first on 9to5Mac.

NYU doctor sues Apple over Apple Watch’s ability to detect atrial fibrillation


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