An Apple Watch owner residing in Cleveland would be thanking the day he made a purchase of the smartwatch as the device kept on sending him alerts for something that later turned out to be blood cuts.
Doctors say that few people have a chance for survival, assuming they do not get medical attention first.Ken Counihan says that he prefers to keep track of what he does, which was the reason for purchasing the Apple Watch in the first place.
One day, the wearable kept on sending him alerts, saying that his breathing was elevated. When he and his wife made a visit to the doctor, all they did was perform an X-ray and prescribe some medicine.“I got an alert back in October that my breathing was elevated.
So basically you have a certain number of breaths per minute, basically said I went from 14 to 17 or 18. My wife had me make a phone call to my son and he suggested I go to the outpatient care, get it looked at, which is what I did.Read more on wccftech.com