IT KNOWS IF YOU’VE FALLEN OVER
If you happen to pass out and fall to the floor, the very latest Apple Watch will spring into action and immediately call for help. The clever Fall Detection was introduced with the Series 4 back in 2018 and will call your emergency contact if you fail to start moving again after a short amount of time.
It’s the sort of feature that you hopefully never have to seen kick into action, but it’s a brilliant behind-the-scenes addition to the best-selling wearable.
IT FINALLY STAYS ON ALL THE TIME
One of the biggest criticisms of the first four generations of the Apple Watch was the inability to keep the screen illuminated with the time at all times. This meant you couldn’t glance at the watch to check the time without physically moving your wrist or tapping to trigger the display. However, that all changed with the Series 5 last year which now finally offering an always-on screen.
Apple has used some clever power efficiency to make sure that, even with the screen shining bright all day, the battery won’t run out before bed.