“AliveCor, maker of the iPhone-compatible Mobile ECG cardiac monitoring accessory (reviewed here), has unveiled a new Apple Watch version that can be worn as a wrist band,” Jeremy Horwitz reports for 9to5Mac.
“The tentatively-titled Apple Watch ECG goes beyond the heart rate sensor built into the Apple Watch,” Horwitz reports, “adding a two-electrode electrocardiogram (ECG) monitor directly into a flexible wristband similar in appearance to Apple’s Sport Band.”
Horwitz reports, “Pending FDA approval, the Apple Watch ECG is currently planned for a 2016 release, and expected to sell for around $199.”
Read more in the full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: Behold, the future!
Now, TGIF and carpe diem – quick, somebody tap the keg!!!
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