May 1, 2015 — And then there was TattooGate. Social media is all abuzz with anecdotes and posts on Reddit and Twitter that the Apple Watch sensor that measures heart rate does not work well on some users that have tattoos on their wrists. “Doubt they asked at checkout if you had any tattoos. … It’s all about da money yo,” tweeted Kayla Sweeney. “It turns out you must choose between a wrist tattoo and an #AppleWatch,” tweeted Steve Burgess. In fact, the issue has some merit. While not commenting specifically on the reports, Apple directed USA Today to its website. Read More
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