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Future Apple Watches May Offer Blood Sugar Monitoring – PCMag AU

Apple and UK partner Rockley Photonics could ink a deal for diabetics.



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The Apple Watch may one day get blood sugar monitoring as a standard feature thanks to UK health tech firm Rockley Photonics.
In an April SEC filing, the British electronics start-up named Apple its “largest customer” for the past two years, noting that they have a continuing deal to “develop and deliver new products.” With a focus on healthcare and wellbeing, Rockley creates sensors that track blood pressure, glucose, and alcoholany of which could end up in a future Apple Watch.

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