Apple wants to take care of the health of its users (with an iPhone and an Apple Watch)

Apple today released a new study detailing the impact of its products and services on the health of users, both on a personal and collective level in research.

Accustomed to this kind of subject, it is Jeff Williams, director of operations, who sticks to it and delivers a speech of the most optimistic! We believe strongly that technology can play a role in improving health outcomes and encouraging people to live healthier days. We’re excited about the many ways they can benefit from our health and fitness features, and how third-party developers, institutions, and organizations are using Apple technology to advance health and science.

In parallel with its 59-page report all the same, Cupertino delivers some impressions and reaffirms its desire to strengthen the autonomy of its customers in their personal health journey.

Apple wants to take care of health  of its users (with an iPhone and an Apple Watch)

She thus intends to deliver short assessment of the situation and a real guide to celebrate the past eight years. Indeed, the Health app was released in 2014 and the Apple Watch in 2015. The report revolves around four pillars of Apple’s Health features:

1) give users a central and secure point to store and view their health data in the Health app,
2) offer features that allow the Apple Watch to act as a smart guardian of users’ health,
3) offer features that help users improve their daily health and fitness for better health outcomes,
4) Power innovative third-party health and fitness apps with developer tools.

As a reminder, iOS 16 and watchOS 9 will also offer new features, including medication tracking, AFib history, and improvements to sleep analytics.

Apple wants to take care of health  of its users (with an iPhone and an Apple Watch)

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