Andrew Orr and John Martellaro join host Kelly Guimont to talk about the first Sign In With Apple sightings and strife on the Health team.
Health insurance company Anthem has poached employees from Apple’s health division, as well as a couple of machine learning experts.
Long sold online, Apple stores have now added the One Drop blood glucose monitor to its inventory.
Phone Breaker breaks into iPhones to extract the data, encrypted or not. And now it has the capability to extract iPhone health data.
watchOS 5.1.2 is rolling out to everyone, and if you’re the owner of the Apple Watch Series 4 you’ll be getting the ECG heart functionality.
Pokemon on GO’s integration with Apple Health is live. Players can now have the game track all their movements, not just those that happen when it’s open
It will let you earn candy and hatch eggs even when the Pokémon Go app isn’t running.
The Apple Watch Series 4, besides being an improved model, is also the world’s first over the counter electrocardiogram.
Apple creating its own chips could help it protect its intellectual property, as well as keep it tightly integrated with the rest of the system.
9To5Mac shared an Apple Health concept someone put together. It completely reimagines the Health app to be more motivational, similar to what the Apple Watch does. Now, these Apple concepts come and go, but I personally love this one. I think it would be great if the Health app could be more proactive, instead of just being a repository of health data and medical records. Plus, not everyone has an Apple Watch, so it would be nice to have an iOS app that acted more like an Apple Watch-esque fitness coach. The concept presents such things like a Weekly Focus (like monthly Activity Challenges), a Health Review, Activity Tips, Activity Sharing, Achievement Statistics, and better Health Insights. Those features—combined with a new UI design—gives the Health app a much-need facelift. If Apple is integrating machine learning into more of its services, the company should definitely cast a fresh eye at Health.
Authorities searched through the Health app and were able to find activity data that correlate to the murder.
Today’s Quick Tip is all about using the iPhone’s Health app to view collected heart rate data from your Apple Watch. If you’ve never looked through that info, then boy, are you gonna be surprised at how much you can see! It’s a little nuts, to be honest.