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Apple releases ‘Real Stories’ video series featuring users saved by Apple Watch

Apple releases ‘Real Stories’ video series featuring users saved by Apple Watch
Apple releases ‘Real Stories’ video series featuring users saved by Apple Watch

Apple recently released two movies in their own official YouTube channel branded Actual Stories — Apple Watch’ Assessing the lives of real customers which were possibly saved by wearing an Apple Watch.

The movie show uploaded now comes hot off Apple’s most up-to-date watchOS upgrade eventually bringing ECG support into the Series 4. Apple was making the media rounds this morning, together with Jeff Williams featured on CBS This Morning and Apple CEO Tim Cook talking to TIME at a brand new interview.

The crucial line in the TIME interview is the way Cook viewpoints Apple’s function in society.

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Apple’s biggest contribution to humankind will be in enhancing people’s health and well-being.

In terms of the movie collection, the very first narrative covers a youthful named Michael Jackson, who really knowingly cracks a joke about his namesake, struggling with spastic quadriplegic cerebral palsy.

1 afternoon, he received alarms on his Apple Watch about his heartbeat being too high during a resting interval. Michael rushed to the ER and has been discovered to have sepsis.

The second, more, half and four-minute movie uploaded with Apple is a more typical Apple Watch ad, with several voiceovers of distinct consumers telling the way their lives have been spared from Apple Watch.

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