Apple HealthTag may be on the way to monitor blood sugar levels and correct running form.
, by Sona, 1 min reading time
These sensors may be used alone or in groups to create a variety of data, such as data on posture or sun exposure. There's also talk of being able to track and analyse physical activities like running, cycling, hiking, and walking.The wearable sensors might also provide information such as blood pressure, heart rate, blood sugar levels, and respiration rate in terms of health monitoring.This sort of arrangement would need a variety of sensors, including motion, ECG, temperature, and humidity sensors, to name a few.
The user will be able to manage, set, and update sensors from the central device, as well as determine where various sensors are located. While this is only a patent, and as with all patents, there's no assurance it'll ever become an actual product, it's not out of the realm of possibility.Apple's AirTag is currently available to help you keep track of your belongings.We've also seen examples of wearing tags that can track a variety of information.This might be the key to providing the major health tracking functions that the company claims it wants from its wristwatch.
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