Saturday, 1 February 2014

Focusing on Healthcare and fitness: iWatch and iOS

Apple aiming on mobile health care and fitness world through its next version of iOS and iWatch. The next iPhone operating system will contain a new app code-named "Healthbook". It will fully monitor your health and fitness and provide the details like how many calories burned, count the steps taken and miles walked.

Focusing on Healthcare and fitness: iWatch and iOS

The app is also planned to allow users to enter information about their medications so that they could be jog your memory to take pills at arranged times. This will likely join in with iOS's existing Reminders application.

The software will also track the blood pressure, hydration levels of user, count the heart rates and the number of other blood-related data points, such as glucose levels, according to our sources.

                            Focusing on Healthcare and fitness: iWatch and iOS

The new version of iOS 8 will designed by iOS developer with upcoming iWatch in mind. Apple’s wearable technology will have sensors to track and measure characteristics of the user’s body. “Healthbook” could be the channel for users to read the statistics that the iWatch will bring together. Indeed, sources with knowledge of the iWatch’s development say that the future product is designed to be heavily dependent on the iPhone.

Source also said that Apple is working on a chipset that can hold several sensors. Cook also made a statement in last year
the whole sensor field is going to explode, It’s a little all over the place right now… with the arc of time, it will become clearer, with iOS 8 likely to ship this year, a connection to the iWatch would seem to point to the wearable device also shipping in 2014.



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