Unsurprisingly Apple working more on Health care providers for iOS 8

By | August 12, 2014
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Apple is working more on health care professional hospitals all over the country, including mount Sinai and John Hopkins in preparation of  health care providers on iOS 8. The main aim of the company is to ensure that the medical personal are ready to read data from the system when it ships later this year.


Actually all the users got surprise by this move by the Apple, as Apple extends to Health kit to service as a collection place for all of the user’s health related data. I can say this is valuable and also life saving  during a medical emergency. In fact earlier this year during WWDC mayo clinic demoed the first health kit enable application.

As per report this software we can expect from for the Apples first wrist device iWatch which is ready to provide extensive health and fitness capabilities. Latest buzz is that apple recently hired an army of health and fashion experts to works on projects. We can expect this new wrist device iWater in coming months and this device will runs on next generation iOS version.

Where this latest version will be expected to release along with the iPhone 6, a next generation smartphone. The software has been available on beta version form to developers for several months now has received several upgrades and features during that time. But there is no word officially announced by the Apple. For more details and information stay tune.

Author: Micheal Edward Tansey

Micheal, is a loyal Apple Fan. A graduate in computer science, Micheal loves to experiment with iOS and Mac. Here at The Tech Bulletin, he covers information about Apple Products.+Micheal