A Florida teenager is crediting her Apple watch for saving her life this morning.
Deanna Recktenwald is 18-years-old and a gymnast. She was wearing her watch at home the other day and noticed that the BPM (beats per minute) were at 160.
Her mom is a nurse and immediately took Deanna's pulse, only to find out that the Apple watch was dead on.
They rushed her to the hospital where Deanna learned she has chronic kidney disease. She's going to be fine, thanks to the watch.
Mom emailed Apple CEO Tim Cook who wrote her back and tweeted about it! (See the tweet below).
Deanna, we are SO happy you're okay!
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Stories like Deanna’s inspire us to dream bigger and push harder every day. https://t.co/O7xJ9n1MHg— Tim Cook (@tim_cook) May 1, 2018
Jack and Carolyn talked about it on the air. Listen here: