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Fitbit quietly added a new feature to some of its products that the Apple Watch doesn't have (GOOG, GOOGL, FIT, AAPL)

Business Insider Thursday, 16 January 2020 ()
Fitbit quietly added a new feature to some of its products that the Apple Watch doesn't have (GOOG, GOOGL, FIT, AAPL)· Fitbit has begun rolling out a new feature to some of its devices that monitors the variation of oxygen levels in the blood, which can be used detect changes in breathing during sleep.
· The feature could help Fitbit further compete with Apple, the worldwide market leader in wearables, whose smartwatch does not support this...
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News video: Fitbit beats Apple with blood oxygen tech

Fitbit beats Apple with blood oxygen tech 01:03

Fitbit beats Apple with blood oxygen tech Fitbit has beat Apple to adding a blood oxygen monitoring feature to their devices. The firm's Ionic, Charge 3 and other Versa fitness tracks now have the brand new health tool which studies SpO2 levels. TizenHelp reports that Fitbit added graphs which show...

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