Apple CEO Tim Cook spotted testing Apple’s glucose monitor
Tim CookSteve Jobs
Friday, 19 May 2017 () Apple CEO Tim Cook has been spotted testing a glucose monitor prototype which was connected to his Apple Watch to understand how his blood sugar is affected by food and exercise. “The company is said to have a team of biomedical engineers working on developing sensors for non-invasively monitoring blood sugar levels,” CNBC reported. The current glucose trackers on the market rely on tiny sensors and rumours suggests that the company is already conducting feasibility trials in the Bay Area. According to CNBC, the Apple team is working at a non-descript office, miles from corporate headquarters. The initiative was envisioned by the late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs. Jobs had envisioned that wearable devices, like smartwatches, could be used to monitor
TechRadar has reported that Apple CEO Tim Cook has been spotted by staff at the Palo Alto campus wearing a prototype blood glucose monitor. Just over a month ago, based on reports of a secret team and a patent application, it was rumored that Apple was working on device that could help with the...
Apple is reportedly working on a new chipset that would support various AI features, including facial and speech recognition, according to Bloomberg. It seems... Softpedia - TechnologyAlso reported by •BGR India