Apple Watch can not detect all falls. One of the most talked about however is its Fall Detection capability, which Apple claims will detect falls and allow the user to contact emergency services if needed.
In addition to this, several YouTube channels over the weekend posted videos testing the Fall Detector and how hard a fall has to be to trigger it. The alert includes three different options, one of them being "Emergency SOS" to contact emergency services.
The Apple Watch Series 4 has made a giant leap forward in terms of design as well as functionality. However, there is a possibility of false positives for active people, and many of them would want to keep the feature disabled. But on harder surfaces it worked fine. There is some margin of error that you should keep in mind.
The Apple Watch Series 4 is a massive upgrade to the wearable device for both hardware and software, especially when it comes to health and fitness features.
Amazingly, despite the number of components involved, Apple Watch Series 4 scores pretty well on iFixit's repairability scale: 6 out of 10. It will prove useful to people anxious about their heart health.
Earlier this month Apple showed the world what it has in store for iPhone and Apple Watch fans. Its speaker is also 50% louder than the Series 3. There's also a 64-bit, dual-core S4 processor inside the machine, which is up to twice as fast compared to the previous S3. The tiny battery has 1.12 WHr of capacity, giving it about 4 percent greater capacity than the Series 3 (1.07 WHr).
The experts' coin that while the original Apple Watch used too much glue and was awkwardly layered together, the Series 4 seems to be more thoughtfully laid out. If you can't afford it, the tech giant has slashed the prices of Apple Watch Series 3 to just $279.