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Apple Watch Series 4 with larger capacity, heart monitor, and modularized components

Update Have you seen the long-rumored Face ID extension for iPhone Xs? Here is the official product shot and details: From Apple: Face ID now lets you unlock iPhone XS or iPhone XS Max with your face. Face ID is still the only way to unlock your iPhone in most cases and it works even when your phone is set to automatically lock when you set it down. With this update, Face ID unlocks your iPhone XS or iPhone XS Max—as

long as you already have your iPhone XS or iPhone XS Max handy. If your phone is set to automatically lock, Face ID will only unlock it for you if it detects your face. Make sure your iPhone XS or iPhone XS Max is in its charging dock and your iPhone’s proximity sensor and ambient light sensor are all on if you want to use Face ID to unlock your phone. Original post: Apple might have lost a court case last year, but

the company is still doing some impressive work with technology. Just look at the changes its roll-out today. The company announced a series of new products at its Mac event today, including the Apple Watch Series 4. The new watch, which is available in two designs and is 39 percent thinner than its predecessor, has a magnetic charging port and a new high-powered heart-rate sensor, according to a TechCrunch report.

Also new to the Apple Watch is an iSight camera, dual display-Swipe and some new watch faces, according to the Wall Street Journal. Apple announced that the Series 4 will have a lighter body and 4 electrodes for a heart-rate sensor, as per Reuters. It’s available in three different sizes – 38mm or 42mm – and goes on sale today, January 25 at 8 a.m. Perhaps the most incredible innovation revealed today is the health

monitoring service Apple Watch Series 4. The company uses activity data — mainly heart rate — in order to monitor, manage and even prescribe needed care to subscribers, according to the New York Times. The service has been brought in-house and is recommended by the United States Preventive Services Task Force. The service also means your Apple Watch is not required to get you into the “real world” so doctors can

administer certain therapies. Already 200 Apple Watches are being used to regulate anemia and kidney dialysis at a company in Mountain View, Calif. The service should be available to consumers by the end of the year, according to the report. Check out all the new Apple Watches in action in the video above. Read more about Apple here.

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