watchOS 7.3 now available with ECG app in new countries, new Unity watch face and more
Apple is expanding the availability of its ECG app today with the release of watchOS 7.3, which brings the ability for users to take an electrocardiogram to show whether their heart rhythm indicates signs of atrial fibrillation to users in Japan, Mayotte, Philippines, and Thailand.
The update also brings a new Unity watch face inspired by the colors of the Pan-African Flag, which features shapes that change throughout the day as you move, and a fix for an issue where Control Center and Notification Center may be unresponsive when Zoom is enabled.
Apple introduced Time to Walk for Apple Watch yesterday. It encourages users to walk more often with weekly original audio content from celebrities which can be played while walking with an Apple Watch. Time to Walk is “an inspiring new audio walking experience,” says Apple with new episodes releasing in the Workout app on Apple Watch from a different guest each Monday through the end of April.
Alongside watchOS 7.3, Apple has released iOS 14.4 which brings bug fixes and several new features to the iPhone including, the ability for smaller QR codes to be recognized by the Camera app, notifications when non-genuine camera parts are fitted by a third-party to an iPhone 12, and more.