Apple Watch, found patent for protecting face from wrinkles and skin cancer

Written by : Ashwin Singh
Published On : 22 Nov 2018 | 07:00 PM

When UV detector will come in Apple Watch, it will also tell the user when they went out in the sun and had been in contact with UV for a very long time.




New Delhi: The new Apple Watch will save you from sunlight, wrinkles and even skin cancer, because the US Patient and Trademark Office has given it a patent of surveillance on ultraviolet (UV) rays. Apple's patent tells of a system where the UV light sensor recognizes strong sunlight and detects its effect over time.



According to a report by Apple Insider, "This system can warn the user about the side effects on their body, which can also suggest measures and prevention measures in extreme quantities."

When UV detector will come in Apple Watch, it will also tell the user when they went out in the sun and had been in contact with UV for a very long time.



The data obtained from the sensors reaches an analyst, which will alert the user by compiling data for the time remaining in sunlight and how long the user will be in contact with UV rays.

In the new Apple Watch, electrical heart sensor is also given with two new features of low heart rate notifications and high speed notifications.


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