Stranded kitesurfer used his Apple Watch to call for help in shark-infested waters

November 14, 2017
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Over the past few years, we’ve seen quite a few stories detailing how the heart sensor on the Apple Watch has helped save lives. Just last month, for example, we covered a man who went to the hospital after noticing that his heart rate was abnormally high via a connected iOS app. Come to find out, doctors soon discovered that the man had a pulmonary embolism and would have likely died had his Apple Watch not sent him an alert.

More recently, a kitesurfer stranded in shark-infested waters off the coast of California used his brand new Apple Watch with LTE …read more

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