Apple debuted with three new heart rate monitoring features included in the Apple Series 4. As it turns out, at least one of them was included in OS 5 for existing Apple owners.
Previously Apple had included support in Apple to detect increased heart rates while your body seemed to be at rest. Now Apple is also taking the ability to detect low heart rates.
After you install OS 5, a new welcome screen appears when you open the Heart Rate app. With & # 39; Heart Rate you can now receive a notification if Apple detects a heart rate that drops below 40 BPM for 10 minutes & # 39 ;.
These warnings appear on your Apple and are logged into the Health app. When you start the Health app on your iPhone, you will see a new statistic that tracks when a low heart rate is detected.
If you want to adjust or disable this setting, you can go to the Apple app. Below Heart there is now an option for low heart rate. You can choose to disable the function completely or choose between 40, 45 and 50 BMP as the threshold.
Apple Series 4 can follow low heart rate, increased heart rate, AFib and an ECG.