Apple Watch proved that they were not invented in vain. Just one of their functions divides life into “before” and “after”

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Two new cases are circulating online that involve the Apple Watch. MacRumors writes about it.

According to the source, the first case occurred in Minnesota (USA). The man was hit by a car, and the driver who knocked him down immediately left and did not help the victim. The Apple Watch on the man’s hand recognized the impact and the subsequent fall, after which they gave an SOS signal and sent an alert to his wife and daughter. As a result, the victim was hospitalized with serious injuries, thanks to the quick delivery to the hospital, he survived.

In the second case, an 83-year-old man named William was walking alone along a river in Ohio when his legs gave out. The Apple watch recorded the fall and sent a signal to the rescue service and grandfather’s relatives. When William was taken to the hospital, it turned out that he had a large blood clot in the vessels, and it had not previously been possible to detect it by conventional means. It was because of the blood clot that William fell near the river.

Previously, the fall and accident detection functions have repeatedly helped their owners get timely help and survive. It’s great that modern technology really saves lives.

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