news broke that Apple has filed a patent application in Europe for an iPhone that can interact with wearable tags. These tags can be placed on various parts of a user’s body or clothing and can be used for different health-related functions.
The patent application describes how the iPhone would be able to monitor a user’s posture, sun exposure, physical therapy, running performance, falls, fitness and activity levels, as well as track motion and other medical and biometric applications. Additionally, the wearable tags could be used for personal training and other functions.
This innovation represents a significant step forward in the field of mobile health technology. Users will have access to a range of health-related data, which will enable them to make informed decisions about their personal health and well-being.
Apple has a long history of pushing the boundaries of mobile technology and this latest patent application is further proof of the company’s commitment to innovation. With this iPhone technology, Apple is set to revolutionize the way we approach health and fitness.