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Now you can measure heartbeat on the phone, new update is coming to Xiaomi phone

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Smartphone company Xiaomi has recently come up with a new update to their Mi Health App that allows you to easily measure your heartbeat on your smartphone. This update is coming with version 2.6.4 and it is expected that this update will come on all Xiaomi smartphones very soon. Not just Heartbeat, this app is going to have several fitness tracking features and slip monitoring features. It will also be possible to track women's menstrual cycles through this application.

According to a recent media report, after the latest update, you will get a new heart rate section in this Mi Health App. From now on there will be a red icon at the bottom right of the screen. As soon as you tap on this icon, your heart rate will start to be monitored. You need to hold down your camera and flash light with one finger. After that your smartphone will start measuring your heart rate. You will need to hold down the camera and flashlight until this procedure is completed.

Once this testing is done, this application will give you three options from which you have to choose one. These are the three options – General State (meaning you are normal), Resting State (meaning you were asleep) and you have been exercising for a while. After selecting any one of the options, you need to tap the View Report button.

As soon as you tap the button, your report will appear on the screen of your smart phone. Here you can see your heart rate. You will also be informed whether your heart rate is normal or low. Also, after this update, a special dashboard is going to be added to this application, where you can save your reports so that you can compare the next two period reports. However, let me tell you, the Mi Health app is not currently in the Google Play Store, only a few MIUI devices you will see this application.

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Beats Studio Professional Leak Shows Apple Ditching the Ear Hooks, Introducing ANC

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A render of the Buds based on leaked images.
A render of the Buds based on leaked photos. Steve Moser

An graphic learned in the iOS and tvOS 14.6 betas reveals the layout for Apple’s approaching Beats Studio Buds. Not only are they the 1st wi-fi earbuds from Apple without having a stem or earhook, but they may perhaps be the very first Beats earbuds with ANC.

Without their signature ear hook, the Beats Studio Professional glimpse similar to earbuds from Samsung and other Apple competition. However, they’re uncomplicated to differentiate from prior Beats earbuds, which could be Apple’s objective. Rumors advise that Apple will also shave down the stems on its 2nd gen AirPods Professional, which may possibly release later on this year.

The Beats Studio Buds in black, white, and red.
The leaked picture of Beats Studio Buds. MacRumors

Like other Apple headphones, the Beats Studio Pro will link to your Apple iphone or iPad mechanically when put in the vicinity of your machine (which is why there are photos of the earbuds in the iOS beta). While we do not know a lot about the earbuds’ characteristics, 9to5Mac reports that they will be the initially Beats earbuds with ANC, a assert based on the iOS 14.6 code.

We really don’t know when Apple will release the Beats Studio Professional, but simply because they’re included in the iOS 14.6 code, there’s a chance that they’ll start ahead of the iOS 14.6 update. Regretably, we do not know when the update will drop possibly. Our greatest guess is that iOS 14.6 will debut in June when Apple launches lossless audio for Apple New music, but once more, it’s just a guess.

Supply: MacRumors

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