With the news of Apple’s foldable iPhone surfacing online, the latest leak has now notified about a prototype clamshell folding iPhone that is somewhat similar to Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip. According to popular leakster Jon Presser, Apple is not only working one type of foldable phone but also emphasising more on the hinge of the handset to work for an extended period.
In a recent video, Presser stated that the clamshell foldable iPhone will showcase a foldable display. The device will comprise of a folding OLED display that was supplied by Samsung. He further added that unlike Samsung which rolled out the Galaxy Z Fold as well as Galaxy Z Flip version, Apple’s focus would just be on the clamshell version.
If reports are to be believed Apple’s much-anticipated foldable iPhone is likely to make way in the market in 2022. With this, Apple will be another smartphone maker to join the league of brands like Samsung, Motorola and Huawei that have already introduced the foldable handsets.
Meanwhile, Apple has enabled its Watch users to view their cardio fitness level in the Health app on iPhone with iOS 14.3 and watchOS 7.2 to empower users to be more active for dramatic long-term health benefits. It also enables users to receive a notification on Apple Watch if it falls within the low range. This technology launched in watchOS 7 enables Apple Watch to easily measure low cardio fitness.
As per to the tech giant, Apple Watch with watchOS 7 uses multiple sensors, including the optical heart sensor, GPS, and the accelerometer to estimate lower levels. This is significant because direct measurement of VO2 max typically requires a rigorous clinical test with specialised equipment that is not readily accessible to most people.
With this, the watchOS 7 also allows Apple Watch users to take cardio fitness measurements as users walk throughout the day, whether or not they are tracking a workout. It also enables Apple Watch is better able to measure VO2 max for users with low cardio fitness.
Additionally, the iOS 14.3 and watchOS 7.2 enable Apple Watch users to visit the Cardio Fitness category in the Health app on iPhone to review whether their cardio fitness level is classified as high, above average, below average, or low, relative to people in their same age group and of the same sex, according to data from the Fitness Registry and Importance of Exercise National Database (FRIEND).
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