The latest Apple Watch ($ 399 at Apple) not only has a larger screen and slightly streamlined design, but also includes some new features designed exclusively to keep you healthy and safe ,
Let's take as an example the new case detection – it's about security. If you fall while wearing the Apple Watch Series 4, the watch will sound an alarm, tap your wrist and ask if you're alright.
If the clock does not detect movement for about a minute after the crash, a countdown of 15 seconds will begin before it finally calls emergency services and your emergency contacts will be alerted and stop moving.
If you want to enable case detection, open the Watch app on your iPhone ($ 999 in sprint) and then tap Emergency SOS . Slide the switch next to Case Detection to On . For users over the age of 65, who have entered their age while setting up the clock or in the health app, case detection will be activated automatically.
Apple states that it is possible to accidentally trigger fall detection when you are very active, especially during effective activity. So, if you accidentally detect a fall detection, repeat the steps above to disable it.