Throughout Apple’s “Time Flies” occasion on Tuesday, Apple performed a heartwarming video depicting tales of how Apple Watch has modified, and in some instances saved, the lives of some individuals who put on the machine.

The quick video has since been shared on Apple’s official YouTube channel, and we have embedded it right here under.


The video consists of an athlete with Sort-1 diabetes who makes use of Apple Watch to test insulin readings, which has given them a newfound sense of liberation from their situation.

One other individual within the video was in a position to come off costly remedy for hypertension and hypertension by moving into form with the assistance of Apple Watch, whereas a 26-year-old was alerted by Apple Watch to a excessive coronary heart charge which led them to hunt medical assist earlier than they went into cardiac arrest, doubtlessly saving their life.

Apple is pitching the Apple Watch Collection 6 as a well being, health, and security machine like by no means earlier than, and with the introduction of blood oxygen measuring, it’s becoming a member of forces with researchers to conduct well being research within the hope that indicators from apps on Apple Watch might function early indicators of respiratory situations like influenza and COVID-19.

Blood oxygen stage is a key indicator of total wellness and might help you perceive how nicely your physique is absorbing oxygen, in addition to the quantity of oxygen delivered to your physique. The brand new sensor and app within the Apple Watch Collection 6 allows customers to take on-demand readings of their blood oxygen in addition to background readings, each throughout the day and at night time.

Apple says the Blood Oxygen app is simply obtainable in sure nations and areas, however we’re nonetheless ready to be taught the place the Blood Oxygen app is obtainable.

Apple Watch Collection 6 (GPS) begins at $399 and Apple Watch Collection 6 (GPS + Mobile) begins at $499. Preorders are presently being taken with availability beginning Friday.