As it became known, soon Apple Watch will be able to identify its owner using only his heartbeat. This will eliminate the need to enter a PIN to unlock the device – recognition of the owner of "smart" hours will occur...
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As it became known, soon Apple Watch will be able to identify its owner using only his heart rate.
This will eliminate the need to enter a PIN to unlock the device – recognition of the owner of "smart" hours will occur automatically, by the beating of the heart. This feature was described in another patent application of Apple.
the light Emitters and light sensors are used to perform biometric identification of the user, that is, measuring how much light is absorbed or reflected by human skin. Based on these measurements, the system determines the heart rate of the user and identificeret him as the owner.
it is Worth noting that currently the Apple Watch act as a pulse oximeter, but the dismantling of "smart" watches of the first generation showed the presence of a heart rate monitor. Presumably, Apple decided not to activate it, to avoid having to register watch the FDA as a medical device.
a Recent study conducted by researchers from clinic of Cardiology JAMA, uverzhdaet that the Apple Watch is the most accurate fitness tracker on the market. Smart watches Cupertino manufacturer is able to read the pulse accurately in comparison with other devices participated in the test.