Apple May Be Developing Fitness-Tracking Headphones
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Health and fitness tracking could be one of the primary new focuses for Apples next mobile software update. Apple news site 9to5Mac claimed that Apple was developing a new Healthbook app to collect and store data on fitness activities, including steps taken, http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/p90x3-reviews/sbwire-455028.htm calories burned, and distance walked. The Healthbook app was said to target medical and health data, tracking a persons heart rate and blood pressure, as well as other blood-related statistics like glucose levels, something a pair of sensor-packed earphones could link into as well as a smartwatch. Apple already holds patents for the collection of sensory information, including blood-pressure monitoring , but it is unclear whether that technology is mature enough to build into a smartwatch or earphone-like device.
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Navigation devices – once a duopoly of Garmin and TomTom – lost relevance as mapping apps became a standard feature on Apple Inc’s iPhones and phones powered by Google Inc’s Android operating system. To counter the fall in sales, the companies charted different strategies to sustain growth. TomTom focused on mapping software, while Garmin, p90X3 review after a failed move to produce its own phone, invested in products for niche markets such as aviation, marine and fitness. STRONG BEAT Garmin said on Wednesday it expects a profit of $2.50-$2.60 per share on revenue of $2.6-$2.7 billion for 2014. Analysts on average were expecting a profit of $2.56 per share on revenue of $2.58 billion, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S.
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