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Apple Watch could one day identify users via heartbeat

Technology : The Next Web Blog

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 exc...

Patent shows how Apple Watch could use heart-rate sensors to identify owner

Technology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

Unlikely as it sounds, a future Apple Watch may be able to identify its owner using nothing more than the heart-rate sensors. In principle, this could allow it to eliminate the need for a PIN (or verification via iPhone unlock) when...

Future Apple Watches might use heart rate sensor to identify owner, feature wrist gesture control

Technology / Apple : Apple Insider

A pair of Apple inventions published on Thursday reveal work on a next-generation Apple Watch model capable of identifying a user with its heart rate sensor, and detecting wrist movements as a basis of user input.

Apple Watch could use heart rate sensor to ID you

Technology / Apple : Cult Of Mac

Future versions of the Apple Watch may be able to identify owners just by taking their pulse. Apple was awarded a patent this week that details the use of biometrics on a smartwatch that can identify the user based on their heart ra...

Future Apple Watch model could identify you based on your vein patterns

Technology / Apple : Macworld

The Apple Watch may be getting a very unique form of biometric identification. According to a new patent application, Apple is developing a next-generation heart rate sensor for the Apple Watch that could identify whoever’s wearing ...

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