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Fused display up top, fused sensor array below—we won't find anything but broken pieces if we bust this apart, so let's switch on those X-rays from Creative Electron again for a better look. The dark rectangle in the center is a dense magnet for centering the charger (and may also help wick away heat from the S6 package). It's surrounded by the control board for the down-firing LEDs and sensors, and the ropey coils of copper for the inductive charger. And here's the (reassembled)  pulse oximeter communicating with aliens lighting up in Christmas-y fashion!
  • Fused display up top, fused sensor array below—we won't find anything but broken pieces if we bust this apart, so let's switch on those X-rays from Creative Electron again for a better look.

  • The dark rectangle in the center is a dense magnet for centering the charger (and may also help wick away heat from the S6 package). It's surrounded by the control board for the down-firing LEDs and sensors, and the ropey coils of copper for the inductive charger.

  • And here's the (reassembled) pulse oximeter communicating with aliens lighting up in Christmas-y fashion!

  • By shining red, green, and infrared light into your skin, then sensing via photodiode how it bounces back, the watch can tell how oxygenated your blood is (redder means more oxygen).

  • Low blood oxygen levels (hypoxemia) can be an indication of COVID-19 or other serious medical issues.

  • The Apple Watch doesn't track body temp like the Oura Ring 2 does. But while both measurements are informative, neither is meant to provide hospital-grade certainty.

  • As a reminder, we're not health experts—so read up! Find out more about how blood oxygen tracking works at CNET, or a lot more at the Respiratory Medicine journal.

Tot een geheel versmolten scherm aan de bovenkant, tot een geheel versmolten sensoropstelling aan de onderkant. Als we dit zouden demonteren, zou alles in duizend stukken uiteenspatten—dus laten we dit deel demonteren met onze ogen.

Hier is de oximeter van de hartslag die met aliens communiceert die oplicht in een Kerstmis-achtige stijl!

Door rood, groen en infrarood-licht op je huid te schijnen en dan via fotodiode te kijken hoe ze terug worden gekaatst, ziet de sensor hoeveel zuurstof je bloed bevat (hoe roder betekent des te meer zuurstof).

Lage zuurstoflevels in het bloed (hypoxemia) kunnen een indicate zijn van COVID-19 of andere serieuze medische aandoeningen.

De Apple Watch houdt geen lichaamstemperatuur bij, zoals de Oura Ring 2 dat wel doet. Maar hoewel het interessant zou zijn om te weten, lijkt het niet accuraat genoeg om er zeker van te zijn.

Laten we wel duidelijk zijn dat wij geen gezondheidsexperts zijn, dus informeer jezelf vooral! Je kunt meer informatie vinden over hoe het registreren van zuurstof in het bloed werkt op CNET, of nog meer informatie daarover in het journal van Respiratory Medicine.

-[* black] Fused display on top, fused sensor array on the bottom. We're not gonna find anything but broken pieces if we bust this apart, so let's teardown ''with our eyes.''
-[* black] Here's the pulse oximeter ~~[https://m.media-amazon.com/images/M/MV5BMjA0MDI1MTQ1Ml5BMl5BanBnXkFtZTcwMTQxMDQyMQ@@._V1_.jpg|communicating with aliens|new_window=true]~~ lighting up in Christmas-y fashion!
-[* icon_note] By shining red, green, and infrared lights on your skin, then watching via photodiode how they bounce back, the sensor can tell how oxygenated your blood is ([https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blood#Color|redder means more oxygen|new_window=true]).
- [* black] Low levels of oxygen in the blood ([https://www.mayoclinic.org/symptoms/hypoxemia/basics/causes/sym-20050930|hypoxemia|new_window=true]) can be an indication of COVID-19 or other serious medical issues.
- [* black] The Apple Watch doesn't track body temp like the [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BwA1hmSVgVY|Oura Ring 2] does. But while nice to know, neither are likely to be [https://www.wired.co.uk/article/blood-oxygen-spo2-covid-wearables|accurate enough|new_window=true] for certainty.
- [* black] As a reminder we're not health experts, so read up! Find out more about [https://www.cnet.com/health/apple-watch-blood-oxygen-app-how-it-works-and-how-to-use-it/|how blood oxygen tracking works at CNET], or a ''lot more'' at the [https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S095461111300053X|Respiratory Medicine journal].
+[* black] Fused display up top, fused sensor array below—we won't find anything but broken pieces if we bust this apart, so let's switch on those X-rays from [https://www.creativeelectron.com|Creative Electron|new_window=true] again for a better look.
+ [* icon_note] The dark rectangle in the center is a dense magnet for centering the charger (and may also help [guide|41323|wick away heat|stepid=95450] from the S6 package). It's surrounded by the control board for the down-firing LEDs and sensors, and the ropey coils of copper for the inductive charger.
+[* black] And here's the (reassembled) pulse oximeter ~~[https://m.media-amazon.com/images/M/MV5BMjA0MDI1MTQ1Ml5BMl5BanBnXkFtZTcwMTQxMDQyMQ@@._V1_.jpg|communicating with aliens|new_window=true]~~ lighting up in Christmas-y fashion!
+[* icon_note] By shining red, green, and infrared light into your skin, then sensing via photodiode how it bounces back, the watch can tell how oxygenated your blood is ([https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blood#Color|redder means more oxygen|new_window=true]).
+ [* black] Low blood oxygen levels ([https://www.mayoclinic.org/symptoms/hypoxemia/basics/causes/sym-20050930|hypoxemia|new_window=true]) can be an indication of COVID-19 or other serious medical issues.
+ [* black] The Apple Watch doesn't track body temp like the [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BwA1hmSVgVY|Oura Ring 2] does. But while both measurements are informative, neither is meant to provide hospital-grade [https://www.wired.co.uk/article/blood-oxygen-spo2-covid-wearables|certainty|new_window=true].
+ [* black] As a reminder, we're not health experts—so read up! Find out more about [https://www.cnet.com/health/apple-watch-blood-oxygen-app-how-it-works-and-how-to-use-it/|how blood oxygen tracking works at CNET], or a ''lot more'' at the [https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S095461111300053X|Respiratory Medicine journal].

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