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Apple getting health focused and new iPhones!

Apple getting health focused and new iPhones!

It would fair to say I am the office Apple Fanboy. So I am going to live up to that name by writing a blog post about Apple products.  So, to get straight to the point, what am I excited about in the next few months?

Apple Watch: 

While the new Apple Watch 5 will feature small upgrades such a new ceramic case, updated processor and new display, Apple has been adding more heath focused features. Last year, there was the addition of ECG tests which can detect atrial fibrillation (increases your risk for stroke and heart failure) and fall detection that can accurately detect if you have a fall. If there is no input from the user, the emergency services will be contacted and your location shared with them.

The next heath feature rumoured is that the Apple Watch will be capable of detecting the blood sugar lever of diabetics. It is estimated that 1 in 16 people will develop diabetes in their lifetime. Apple have been working on a ‘contactless’ way of measuring blood sugar - at the moment, all products on the market measure this via the user’s bloodstream. This is likely to be the ‘holy grail’ for diabetics. 

This system will allow users to monitor their blood glucose in real time, share their data with friends and relatives, and set customisable alerts to notify them when their glucose levels are getting too high or too low.

There is lots of publicity at the moment for how technology is having a negative impact on our health and Apple’s dive into the health industry certainly reminds us that there can be positives. Is there a future where we all wear these devices for heath benefits? Will not wearing one become as socially unacceptable as not wearing a bike helmet? Only time will tell… 


Apple are going to update their flagship iPhone models: XS and the giant XS max. The most interesting feature of the refreshed models is a triple lens which will make the camera far more versatile, allowing for better zoom and better photos in low light. The new models are rumoured to have the highly mocked notch removed. Competitor’s have enjoyed creating adverts mocking the use of the notch and, as their competition have overcome the issue, it’s likely that they will too.

There will be an increase in CPU performance. The current XS Max (1.52 GHz Quad core) has the same performance score as a 2017 MacBook Pro and we will likely see another large leap on this.

Prices are likely to stay the same starting price at £999 raising to a mind boggling £1449. 

Dan Stephenson

Created on Wednesday September 04 2019 09:00 AM

Tags: apple

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