Apple on Thursday announced their new Research App is now avaliable for download. The Apple Research App offers three different studies users can sign up for: Hearing, Heart Health, and Women’s Health studies. Here’s everything you need to know.
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Earlier this year, health insurance company Aetna announced its new Attain wellness program, designed in partnership with Apple, that takes full advantage of Apple Watch hardware. Now, Aetna customers can earn a free Apple Watch just by achieving health goals. Here’s everything you need to know.
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Apple has been protecting the mangroves in Colombia since 2018, with their 2018 Give Back campaign. These mangroves provided many resources to Colombian people in Córdoba, Colombia. Their forest is located at Cispatá Bay, along the Caribbean Sea. Continue reading Apple Preserves Mangroves In Cispatá Bay
Apple has officially released watchOS 5.2 for Apple Watch customers around the globe. What makes this update significant is ECG is now available for Apple Watch Series 4 users in Hong Kong and 19 European countries including France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and the United Kingdom. Here’s everything you need to know about the update.
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After more than eight months and 400,000 registered participants, Stanford has announced the results of the heart study developed with Apple. According to Apple, their partnership with the Stanford University School of Medicine was the “largest study ever of its kind.”
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According to new rumors, Apple is planning on a spring event to launch AirPower alongside the AirPods 2. AirPods 2 is rumored to have a new color, new grip coating, and improved sound and increased bass. Here’s everything we know so far.
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Earlier today, the US Patent & Trademark Office granted Apple a patent that allows the company to integrate sensors in future Apple Watch and iPhone models that can detect harmful, poisonous gases, like carbon monoxide. Here’s everything we know so far.
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The highly anticipated second-generation AirPods are coming, and according to a new report, they will support health monitoring functions. Here’s everything we know so far about the first hardware update to the fully-wireless earbuds from Apple.
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Undeniable, people love the Series 4 Apple Watch. Specifically, people love how the watch can monitor their heart, and allow them to take ECG’s right from Apple Watch and have it readily available to send to their cardiologist through the Health app. Now, Apple has partnered with pharmaceutical titan Johnson & Johnson to launch a study that will look into Apple Watch being able to detect a stroke and risks that may lead up to a stroke. Here’s everything we know so far.
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