HealthWatch: Apple Adds Medical Records Feature For iPhone

  • HealthWatch: Apple Adds Medical Records Feature For iPhone

HealthWatch: Apple Adds Medical Records Feature For iPhone

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Still want more with iOS 11.3? Open the Settings app, tap on General, then on Software Update, where you should see the option to download and install the iOS 11.3 beta.

By default, the improved Health app will automatically look for updated medical records on a weekly basis, though you'll be able to check more frequently, or get notifications when new data arrives.

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The approach will use standards-based technology to bring records information to the phone, Apple indicated. Only 12 institutions are signed up at launch - we hope to see that number increase quickly. In December, the company announced it is developing an advanced heart-monitoring feature for future versions of its smartwatch, part of a broader push by the company to turn what was once a luxury fashion accessory into a serious medical device, according to people familiar with the plan.

Users have been wanting to see something fresh in the next iPad Pro device, and Apple may finally bring the much-awaited changes in the upcoming premium tablet. The new iOS will contribute its share to make it faster, smoother and provide an overall enhanced experience.

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Interestingly, all Android smartphones on the Gingerbread version of its operating system (launched 2010) and later have been capable of doing this since July 2016.

iPhone and iPad users will also find it easier to access medical data from participating healthcare organizations. It is now just "Book". We're curious about what this means for the seemingly abandoned iBooks Author.

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The new public beta follows two days after the release of tvOS 11.2.5 for all customers. The idea is that your iMessages will be stored in iCloud and thus sync seamlessly between devices.

iOS 11.3 will give the iPhone's camera 50 percent greater resolution, and will support autofocus.

At this point, we can say that AirPlay 2 on iOS 11.3 and tvOS 11.3 is rather tricky and the implementation is clearly incomplete, therefore Apple will most likely make significant improvements over the iOS 11.3 beta testing period.