Apple is enabling its electrocardiogram reading (EKG) feature for Apple Watch Series 4 owners in Europe and Hong Kong today. The iPhone manufacturer previously released the EKG feature in the US. UU In December, after making it an important part of the Apple Watch Series 4 that was originally introduced in September. Apple is delivering the EKG functionality to regions outside of the US UU With its latest watchOS 5.2 update, including 19 countries in Europe and Hong Kong. iPhones. To take an EKG, open the EKG application on the watch and rest your index finger on the crown. The Apple Watch records an EKG and your heart rate and stores it in the Health app on your iPhone. Then you can create a PDF report to send to your doctor with the results.
WatchOS 5.2 also includes new surveillance faces from Hermès, and a series of bug fixes and security updates. You can download watchOS 5.2 through the Apple Watch application on a compatible iPhone right now. As for the countries where the EKG feature is available, Apple's release notes indicate that it will be available in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Guam, Hong Kong, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway. , Portugal, Puerto Rico, Romania, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, USA. UU And the US Virgin Islands UU