May 1, 2015 — “The signal to noise ratio when you use light to try and measure blood flow in people as Apple is doing is much lower in someone who has high melanin content,” says Steven LeBoeuf, a co-founder of Valencell, a producer of biometric sensors. His company hasn’t completed its tests with the Apple Watch. Read More
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