The company claimed that the fall detection feature on the Apple Watch Series 4 will automatically detect a fall and call their emergency contact if they did not move in an hour.
Further, Apple also explains that the Watch might not be able to detect all the falls accurately. Redditor No1ARSoul, however, noted that you'll only find that out if you read the online manual for Fall Detection and how it's enabled by default for anyone whose age is 65 or older in their Apple accounts.
Apple has disabled fall detection for everyone younger than 65. Since then, the new Apple Watches have launched and Rich Woods has even shared his unboxing and first impressions of the 44mm model in stainless steel. "The more physically active you are, the more likely you are to trigger fall detection due to high impact activity that can appear to be a fall".
Apple Releases iPhone XS, Apple Watch Series 4 Ads, Video Guides For New Features
Moving on to the Apple Watch Series 4 ad, the 30-second spot goes by the name of "Better You", and focuses on the fitness-related benefits of the Apple Watch. Apple Watch can not detect all falls. Everyone else will have to manually enable the feature in the Emergency SOS settings of the smartwatch. For many, Apple Watch Series 4 was the highlight of the event - after all, it offers a number of innovative features, including a new ECG feature and fall detection.
The next generation Apple Watch features edge-to-edge display and comes with support to track heartbeat data, heart rhythm and notify users.
In case you didn't know, the Watch Series 4 is powered by a dual-core 64-bit S4 processor with a refined accelerometer, gyroscope.