The Apple Watch is a great device for a lot of reasons. It has a lot of fun features, and you can do a whole lot of interesting things with it. And soon, you can count your Apple Watch as a blood sugar monitor, too.
Last week, CNBC reported that Apple CEO Tim Cook was spotted test-driving a blood sugar monitor, which was connected to his Apple Watch. This device has not been officially announced. However, Tim Cook gave a speech at the University of Glasgow in February, where he talked about a blood sugar monitor connected to the Apple Watch.
This device has been said to perform non-invasive and continuous glucose monitoring. Meanwhile, the current glucose trackers on the market require tiny sensors penetrating the skin. It’s easy to see that this blood tracker will be a must-have for people with diabetes, and for people at risk for the disease.
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