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How to enable Apple Watch Fall Detection

 

How to enable Apple Watch Fall Detection

Fall detection is a key feature of the Apple Watch, which has already saved so many lives. It detects when you have a severe fall, and if you are not active for one minute after the fall, it will automatically contact emergency services. However, fall detection is not enabled by default, you have to enale it. i will show you how?



Which Apple Watch Series support Fall Detection?

Fall detection works on:

  1. Apple Watch Series 4
  2. Apple Watch Series 5
  3. Apple Watch Series SE
  4. Apple Watch Series 6


How to Setup Fall Detection on Apple Watch

If you have one of the Apple Watch series model mentioned above, then follow these steps!

  1. Go to the Watch app on your iPhone.
  2. Go to the My Watch tab.
  3. Tap Emergency SOS.
  4. Enable fall detection.

Although it will be able to detect a fall, you will need to set up your medical ID so that you can contact Apple Watch Emergency Services.

  1. This is where you can add people close to you as your emergency contacts.
  2. Those people will receive a text stating that you also called the emergency services along with your location when you made the call.

Follow these steps.

  1. On your iPhone, go to Settings> Health> Medical ID.
  2. Now tap on Create Medical ID.
  3. Tap Add an emergency contact and select the contacts you want to ping in an emergency.

With this work, there is only one more step involved in ensuring that your Apple Watch can contact emergency services. Follow these steps.

  • On your Apple Watch, go to Settings> Passcode.
  • Now you need to enable wrist detection. If it is already capable, then there is no need to change anything.

These steps will enable you to detect a fall on your Apple Watch.



What happens when Fall Detection is triggered

After a severe fall, your Apple Watch will begin to detect the fall. If you don't move for even a minute after the fall, the clock will start counting 30 seconds. Apple Watch also warns you that it has detected a fall and you have an option. During these 30 seconds, the watch will tap on your wrist and set an alarm, which also increases in volume. The purpose of the vibration is to make sure you are unable to respond, and the alarm tries to tell people close to you that you need help.

After the count is over, Apple Watch will contact emergency services and notify you of emergency calls.

When the call arrives, the clock will play an audio message that will notify emergency services of your fall, along with your location points.



Where to check when Fall Detection was triggered

Apple's Health app logs all cases of hard falls, so if you want to check that fall detection was enabled, you can go to the Health app tab on your phone by going to the Health app. Now tap the results to see your fall history.



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