Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) efforts of launching a cutting-edge health monitoring tool in the name of Apple Watch seems to have been dashed by a series of technological and regulatory hurdles according to Apple Insider. As it stands Apple Watch boost of a number of sensors and accelerometers as well as touch inputs and bespoke optical heart rate monitor but not close to what the executives had envisioned according to insiders.
Despite the setbacks, Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) still believes Apple watch has what it takes in terms of capabilities and features to compete hand in hand with the Android-powered devices, already in the market. The Cupertino-based company started working on its next product offering four years ago with an eye to developing a product able to measure user’s blood pressure, heart rate stress level among many more.
The road to Apple Watch has not been that smooth for Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) seen by the project being termed a ‘black hole’in its infancy for sucking resources more than earlier expected. Advanced technology and component reliability had initially failed to meet Apple standards.
Some of the challenges that Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) faced in the development of what it hoped would be its one of a kind product cycle revolved around the use of a skin conductivity sensor that had showed early design promise. On further testing, it was discovered that actual results varied from one person to another with hairy arms as well as strap tightness only contributing to unreliable readings. Apple is also believed to have tried to incorporate blood pressure and blood oxygen measurement features, but the results turned out to be quite inconsistent.
Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) is at the moment investing heavily in health-minded devices that are expected to form a key aspect of a health-conscious world. Recent job postings have only gone to show the great lengths that the company is willing to go in its push of developing a more mainstream first-generation watch. Apple Watch is to be positioned as a niche filling fashion accessory that compliments iPhones while acting as a daily communicator.
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