The Apple Watch features a sensor and app that will help keep you informed regarding the quality of oxygen absorption and the quantity of oxygen being delivered to your body. You can use the Apple Watch to get on-demand readings and background readings at all times.
With the Apple Watch on your wrist, you can get an ECG that’s identical to a single-lead electrocardiogram. This way, the data will keep you aware (and relaxed) and will also help the doctors easily access critical data at crucial times.
The Apple Watch has a Sleep app that can be used to regularise your bedtime routine. You can keep a track of your sleeping pattern and set the right goals accordingly so that you can sleep well every night.
The Apple Watch provides you with your workout metrics so that you can see how much progress you’ve made and how much more you need to do. Your swimming workouts, gym workouts, jogs, etc., will be tracked and the data will serve as your source of inspiration to do more.
With the Apple Watch on your wrist, you won’t struggle to find the motivation to exercise as it brings you music and podcasts to keep you engaged while sweating it out. You can get easy access to a multitude of music via Apple Music. The Apple Watch motivates you to stand on your feet and exercise more with its Activity Rings. It also encourages some healthy competitions between you and your friends through the seven-day Activity challenge.
The Apple Watch features an Always-On Retina Display that clearly showcases all the information even when you’re standing in the bright outdoors. This way, you don’t have to look closely and deeply to view the information on the display.