iPhone XS, new Apple Watch and everything else we’re expecting

The final rumors about the three new iPhones, the Apple Watch Series 4 and the other devices we may see from Apple at the Sept. 12 event.

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    The electrocardiogram (ECG) is the graphic representation of the electrical activity of the heart during the different phases of the cardiac cycle. Each part of the electrocardiogram originates in a specific area of ​​the heart, anatomical or physiological.

    You can not see the heart as it was in 2D but in its different anatomical planes. That's why when you do a study of that type you put several electrodes in different parts of the body with the ultimate goal of recording the electrical activity of the heart as a whole and not as just an organ that emits in a single area electrical activity ( remember that each cardiac cell transmits this electrical activity and some even potentiate it)

    So it sounds pretty far fetched to say that a device located in just one part of the body is capable of doing such a feat. That would be leaving on the floor all the medical knowledge we currently have about the recording of the electrical activity of the heart (READ ON THE STORY OF ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHY WHO WAS EINTHOVEN)

  2. chigasaki06

    Ugh…until Apple gets rid of that disgusting notch on the iPhone, I'll stick to my Galaxy. I know it's kinda ridiculous and superficial, but that notch makes the phone hideous to me.

  3. MR NON PC

    I hope the next Apple Watch has a speaker that can go as loud as the Galaxy/Gear Watches. Also new Bluetooth 5.0 AirPods that don’t have that ugly Frankenstein long bolt to stick out of your ears.

  4. C —

    It might be hard to understand, but even though your audience might be far away, you don't need to shout for them to hear you. There's volume buttons for that.

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