Three Apple Watch Series 7 wearers are facing death and turn to their Apple Watch for help
The third and last deadly situation is about a farmer named Jim who fell into a 21-foot hole, broke his leg and could not get out (or even summon anyone to help him). What all three had in common was the Apple Watch Series 7 on their wrist.
Amanda, in the car that flipped, was asked if she could bust the window in order to escape being drowned by the rising water. The operator tells her to try to keep talking to her. She says that the water is getting higher and has reached her neck.
Soon, Jason, being pushed out to sea, sees the help dispatched by 911. Amanda, in the car filling with water, reports that the EMTs are opening her car door. As the screen goes dark, Apple writes, “With the help of their watch, Jason, Jim, and Amanda were rescued in minutes.” And Apple goes on to say on YouTube, “These are just three of many incredible stories where people were able to get help using Apple Watch.”
New and improved health-related features could be coming to the Apple Watch Series 8
Despite excuses made by some tipsters that the flat-edged Apple Watch renders they posted for the Series 7 were wrong because those were really Series 8 images, the CAD files reveal that the rounded sides could be coming back with the Series 8.
The Apple Watch is known for its health features and while there were really none to speak about with the Series 7, the Series 8 is expected to include a body temperature scanner, a fertility sensor (“Better take that blue pill hon. My Apple Watch says I’m fertile”), and improvements to the ECG and the sleep tracking sensors.