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Apple Watch could one day identify users via heartbeat

Mobile devices (and wearables) are the obvious fit for biometric security measures. Whether it’s the seemingly far-fetched RFID or NFC implants, or more standard faire like retinal scanning and fingerprint sensors, security that exceeds the common password is on the horizon — or already here. Apple Watch isn’t immune to progress on this front. In a patent application published today, Apple details a process that would measure the oxygen content in blood.
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