Apple rolls out ECG app support to 30 more countries with watchOS 7.6 update: Complete list, how to update and more


The latest update version 7.6 for watchOS is now rolling out to Apple Watch users. The update brings several new changes, features and bug fixes.
The major change though is the added support for ECG app support and irregular heart rate notification in more regions.
Apple added support for Australia, Japan, Peru, Philippines, Vietnam, and other countries earlier this year with watchOS 7.4 update. Now, with watchOS 7.6, it is adding 30 more countries, which are as follows:
Andorra
Anguilla
Antigua & Barbuda
Brunei
Bulgaria
Cook Islands
Norfolk Islands
Seychelles
Slovenia
St. Barthélemy
St. Helena
St. Kitts & Nevis
St. Martin
St. Vincent & Grenadines
Ukraine
Vatican City
Cyprus
Dominica
Estonia
Fiji
French Southern Territories
Gibraltar
Guadeloupe
Guernsey
Haiti
Isle of Man
Jersey
Monaco
Montserrat
Nauru
Also, the ECG app has been approved by China’s health regulatory agency, according to a report by 9to5Mac and it might make its way to China later this year with watchOS 8 update.
Those who don’t know, ECG stands for electrocardiography and it is used to do electrocardiograms. It helps measure electrical pulses of the heart. Basically it’s a graph of voltage versus time of electrical activity of the heart.
How to update Apple Watch
Connect your Apple Watch with Wi-Fi and head to Settings on the watch. Now, tap on General -> Software Update.
If the software update is available tap on Install button and follow on-screen instructions.




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