Recently, Apple has begun to frequently ask users before the announcement of new products, what they want to see in them. For example, a few months before the iPhone 12 was announced, the company created a survey asking if the owners of previous Apple smartphones use complete chargers – and, as we know, the new iPhones came out without them.
Likewise, even before the release of iOS 14.5, the company asked what users thought of automatically unlocking an iPhone with Face ID if they had a mask on their face and an Apple Watch on their wrist. And yes, this is exactly the feature that appeared in the last major update of the mobile OS.
New poll in Portuguese.
Now Apple is sending out a new survey to Watch users, this time to learn more about how consumers use them to track health data. The company is wondering if the user has any apps installed to track dietary habits, medication intake and, interestingly, blood glucose levels.
At the same time, just a few days ago, Apple signed a contract with the British medical company Rockley Photonics, the development of which may allow Apple to implement the ability to measure blood sugar levels. And this, coupled with the survey, quite directly hints that a glucometer may appear in the new Apple Watch 7.
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