Apple Watch saves woman’s life using a feature taken for granted by many owners

The world’s best-selling smartwatch has done it again, saving yet another life while providing the kind of publicity and media exposure no actual marketing budget can buy. Interestingly, the Apple Watch worn by a woman during a paddleboarding session gone awry didn’t need to tap into any of the cool new Series 4 features that have received so much attention in the last nine months or so to get its owner out of a very delicate situation.

Instead, what did the trick this time around was a functionality released with the Apple Watch Series 3 back in 2017 and taken for granted nowadays …

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