Apple Developing Sensors To Check And Monitor Blood Sugar
Apple is working to develop sensors that check and monitor blood sugar levels in a non-invasive way. Originally a vision of Steve Jobs, this project has been ongoing for over five years.
Apple has hired a team of biomedical engineers and have even begun feasibility trials. Typically, to check blood sugar, a prick to draw a blood sample is necessary. However, it’s reported that Apple is looking at optical sensors that shine a light through the skin to check glucose.
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