– Dec. 15th 2017 11:18 am PT
Then Killian, who wears his Apple Watch to bed three to four nights a week for sleep tracking, says his Apple Watch woke him up around 1 am with an alert from a third-party app called HeartWatch saying his resting heart rate was elevated while sleeping (Apple recently introduced a built-in feature that can do this with Apple Watch Series 1 and later). Killian experienced mild indigestion which can be a sign of a heart attack, but says he generally didn’t feel sick.
- Apple is reportedly working on new clinical-grade heart monitoring technology for the Apple Watch (AAPL)(businessinsider.com)
- Apple Watch Owners Can Participate in Apple Heart Study to Identify Irregular Heart Rhythms(macrumors.com)
- Apple Watch notification helps save man’s life: ‘It would have been fatal’ (telegraph.co.uk)