Apple has released two new videos showing how Apple Watch users can enable health-related Apple Watch features that include fall detection and heart health notifications.
Shared on Thursday, Apple has added to its Apple Watch how-to series with two quick step-by-step videos detailing how to turn on fall detection and heart health notifications in the Apple Watch app on the iPhone.
Fall detection is a feature that is enabled by default for those who are over 65, but younger Apple Watch Series 4 users must enable it manually. The system uses the gyroscope and the accelerometer built into the Apple Watch to detect a fall, and then it contacts emergency services to alert them of the apparent trip or fall.
Heart health notifications let users know when their heart rate is too low, too high, or if an irregular rhythm that looks like atrial fibrillation is detected.
Apple has shared a range of insightful how-to videos to its Apple Watch tutorial series so far, walking watch owners through the features available on the Apple Watch Series 4 including watch face customization, Walkie-Talkie, Activity rings, customizing workout metrics, locating an iPhone from Apple Watch, and streaming Apple Music.