CNBC on Thursday reported that Apple CEO Tim Prepare dinner was noticed at the company’s campus sporting ‘a prototype glucose tracker on the Apple Watch.’
Evidence that Apple is working on a product for individuals with diabetes is mounting.
CNBC on Thursday reported that Apple CEO Tim Prepare dinner was noticed at the company’s campus sporting “a prototype glucose tracker on the Apple Watch.” The news outlet reckons the system — should it truly come to market — can be a “‘should have’ for tens of millions of individuals with diabetes.”
The rumor comes after CNBC last month reported that Apple had employed a “small workforce of biomedical engineers” who’re understanding of an workplace in Palo Alto, Calif. to develop a “holy grail for treating diabetes.” The “tremendous secret initiative” — deliberate by the company’s late co-founder Steve Jobs — goals to “develop sensors that can noninvasively and constantly monitor blood sugar ranges to raised treat diabetes,” in response to the report.
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