Quick Summary- With just 24 hours left for the most spectacular event of the year. Yes, we are talking about the launch of the Apple iPhone 13 with the iOS 15 update. Still, in the woods of rumors, Apple has quite a connection with the healthcare sector. The Invitations for a Sept. 14 product event have recently been distributed by Apple. The event “California Streaming” is an online start and starts at 1 p.m. ET/10 a.m. PT. Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, who’s also wired into Apple’s plans, has previously said that the Phone 13 will lead a parade of Apple product launches in the fall.
Apple’s healthcare journey
Apple’s initiative in the healthcare industry began first time with the launch of the Apple Health app on 2nd June 2014 at the Worldwide Developers Conference. And since then Apple has significantly contributed to the health sector.
“An apple a day keeps the Doctor away”, something that falls under the bus. When you talk about Apple products.
Apple’s approach to healthcare started off with just a small-time initiative for people and its users to reach health and fitness goals with the iPhone.
Yes! It is true Apple’s health initiative did have a rocky start. But with the launch of Apple’s HealthKit, more than 23 apps announced their integration with Apple’s list of healthcare apps.
Believing in delivering better care with powerful tools, Apple has developed its healthcare platforms with every new iPhone launch and every new update.
However, with the thundering news of the Apple iPhone 13 event, the expectations are definitely eyed on what new you will be getting in terms of healthcare.
Well, we can say one thing for sure whatever it is going to be. It will be better than the previous one.
Even the most generic updates like storage space being rumored to be 1TB or better quality camera will be an addition to the benefits in healthcare apps in Apple due to their use in diagnostic advantage.
What can you expect from iPhone 13 in healthcare?
Products from Apple are meant to humanize health. For both medical professionals and patients, their software is strong and easy to use. To secure patient information and be open to anyone, they have created unique gadgets. And they have improved the collection and deployment of health data.
You can definitely expect an intuitive partial AI-based and familiar interface. This will allow patients to learn more about their conditions and treatments, and as for doctors and healthcare providers the collection of patient data, imaging, and lab results within Apple’s secure communication.
With 13, you can definitely expect powerful and versatile hardware. Things that you can have in their most latest form of technological epitome could be the strong Retina display and graphic capabilities that enable clinicians to see imagery studies of a patient on the iPad.
The built-in camera may be used to safely picture the wound of a patient during the treatment using third-party applications, which can be saved in the record of the patient.
And medical scientists can follow movements, make measurements, and record findings using sophisticated sensors.
Significant up-gradation in the iPhone hearing aids and their accessibility by design could be enhanced.
With the ongoing Covid-19 situation be ready to expect a real-time Covid updates tool. Or something like touch-free sensors for you to indulge in gesture control of your device. Get ready for a touch-free identification experience with an enhanced facial recognition.
The hardware(sensors) and software(data) could be developed simultaneously and you might get wireless Blood pressure monitoring, with stress level management in the Apple HealthKit.
At the same time, healthcare giants like Epocrates and EPIC haiku could be getting new horizons in Apple HealthKit for the purpose of enhanced patient care.
Something surprising that you can expect this Apple season could be the ADA compliance of Apple products especially with the iPhone 13.
According to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman’s claim It was reported the alleged satellite connectivity of the iPhone 13 will only be accessible in some regions which can be then used for emergency messaging services.
This can be a turning point for the healthcare industry as it can be used by Apple HealthKit to avail patients emergency healthcare services by directly connecting to caregivers through a private and uninterrupted communication system.
Rejoice for healthcare and fitness enthusiasts as Apple adds fitness+ update
Yesterday sept.14th marked the launch of the Apple iPhone 13. The event was full of surprising new features and witnessing the festivities of the Apple launch event we can definitely say it will bring a new tech wave.
But, what about Apple’s approach to healthcare. Well! Don’t worry it was covered as well.
As Apple unveiled its new Apple watch series 7, they shared the updates that are coming to Fitness+
Currently, this service is available in 6 countries like the US, UK, and Canada. The service is expected to be accessible in 15 other countries such as Brazil, Saudi Arabia, Indonesia, France, Italy, Russia, and more, Apple has said this autumn. Content in six languages will be subtitled.
Adding the new Pilates and guided meditation content for Fitness+. Apple will be adding guided meditations every day available in both audio and visual form. Which can pose a strong competition to apps like Calm and Headspace.
For healthcare and fitness. Apple’s initiative will roll out in the fall. Group workouts, Share Play powered. This will allow subscribers to work out with pals via FaceTime or a group messaging thread, anywhere in the globe they are. Up to 32 individuals can practice simultaneously.
The unveiling is on for the iPhone 13. Apple has just debuted a new product, and we are very convinced that the new iPhone is leading the Apple gadget parade. Not that we’re in the light about what we’re looking for—a constant rustle of the leaks and speculations has ended and we know exactly what the next iPhone or the health kit may provide us.
More personalized healthcare and fitness experience are all set to sweep the health industry off its feet. This iPhone 13 launch and update in occurrence with Fitness+ will develop this experience, using a collaborative approach. Not all of these functionalities will be required in your app. You can concentrate instead only on the subset of tasks that interest you most.