Apple Watch users in Malaysia can now check their heart health with its ECG app

Apple Watches's ECG app is now active in Malaysia after obtaining local authority's approval, enabling users to measure their heart rhythm and be warned if it is unusual. — Apple

Apple has announced that its ECG app for its smartwatch, which allows users to measure their heart health, is now available in Malaysia after obtaining regulatory approval.

The app, which runs on Apple Watch Series 4, 5, 6 with iOS 14.6 and watchOS 7.5, enables the device to capture information about the user’s heart rhythm and can even give an alert if it detects an irregular heart rhythm that appears to be atrial fibrillation (AFib) is identified.

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