Apple presented their innovations on Wednesday (09/09) at an event in California (USA). The manufacturer launched the iPad Pro – with 12.9-inch screen and stylus crayon, iPhone 6s and 6s Plus and also announced new features for Apple TV and Apple Watch – this market just over four months ago. Nevertheless, the device already has more than 10,000 applications available, including some specific to the health, such as the AirStrip – to connect doctors, nurses and patients.
7 hospitals use Apple Watch and monitor patients’ health
Appointment book, patient history, monitoring the distance – if the doctor and the patient are with Apple Watch – are some of the product features. With it, you can measure your heart rate in real time, including those of a fetus still in the womb. Through Sense4Baby, pregnant women can now monitor the functioning of the heart of the child by the clock speaker. In addition, there is the possibility of private messages between doctors and patients.
The latest features announced for Apple Watch during the event were the Facebook Messenger, which will allow the user to read and respond conversations via text, record voice messages or send your location – and the GoPro, mini monitor for the person to listen in real time everything that is captured by the camera.
The system that runs on Apple Watch, the watchOS, arrives on the market on 16 September.