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28 January 2018, 12:35 | Denise Dawson
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Apple (NSDQ:AAPL) said this week it is introducing a feature allowing customers to obtain, view and keep medical records on their iPhones, continuing the company's experimentation into the healthcare market. The new battery features will be available to customers with iPhone 6 or later devices, while opting out of dynamic power management will be available to users with various models of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 7.
It's possible that Apple could be working on a brand new iPad with similar features to that of the iPhone X. Spotted by Felipe Esposito of iHelp, iOS 11.3 includes multiple strings of code that make reference to a "modern iPad". The "deep integration" of medical information into the iPhone's main functions could provide many opportunities that existing health system mobile apps haven't accomplished, such as reminding a patient to take a prescribed medication or even finding a better price for that treatment.
An executive with MedStar Health said the enhanced app would help improve the patient experience.
It's easy to install the system, since tvOS 11.3 prompts you to add your Apple TV to the HomeKit setup. The launch partners include Hilton Hotels, Discover financial services, Lowes home improvement and Wells Fargo.
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This doesn't sound all that revealing, but as 9to5Mac points out, the "modern iPhone" was used in advance to describe the iPhone X before its 2017 release. Apple also updated its other devices including Macintosh computers, the Apple Watch and Apple TV.
With Business Chat, consumers can conduct a conversation with a company representative, schedule an appointment or make purchases using Apple Pay in the messages app. Business Chat doesn't share the user's contact information with businesses, Apple stated, and users can exit a chat at any time. Apple says Messages will support Business Chats, allowing businesses to communicate directly with users.
Starting on February 9, a new feature will be available - HomePod. Medical data stored on iPhone devices are encrypted and protected with the user's iPhone passcode, Apple said. Apple hasn't yet provided specific details on when the HomePod will be updated with multi-room support, the company just stated that will be updated according to new devices. While a few developers had found ways around the restrictions, their apps stopped showing a key piece of information - the "charge cycle count", or how many times the battery has been drained and recharged - after a 2016 software update.
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