Man credits Apple Watch for saving father’s life
A man from city of Spokane in Washington state has credited Apple Watch for saving his father’s life after a biking accident in a Facebook post that was liked by Apple CEO Tim Cook on Twitter. Gabe Burdett was waiting for his father Bob at their pre-designated location for some mountain biking at the Riverside State Park when he received a text alert from his dad’s Apple Watch, saying it had detected a “hard fall”. The Watch also provided his father's location. Burdett later received another update from the Watch, saying his father had reached Sacred Heart
Medical Center. The Watch also notified 911 with the location and within 30 minutes, emergency medical services took the injured Bob to the hospital.
Model protests Gucci’s straitjackets on ramp
Gucci is no stranger to controversy, but it’s rare to see a brand’s shortfalls called out on the runway. But on Sunday, one model did just that in protest to Gucci’s use of straitjackets. Models walked wearing reworked versions of the garments historically used in psychiatric hospitals, but Ayesha Tan Jones appeared holding up her hands, on which the words “mental health is not fashion” were written. The brand issued a statement in response: “These clothes were a statement for the fashion show and will not be sold.”