The company has reportedly hired a group of biomedical researchers to work on a secret project to monitor diabetic patients using sensors.
Also, we have Cleveland Clinic joining the ride with soon-to-be-released app for people with respiratory conditions like asthma.
Researchers are now able to design targeted studies for diseases and conditions, and to gather more specific types of data from participants.
The platform will be able to provide insights that help people better understand their own health, with the option to share information with doctors.
The CEO Tim Cook said that Apple creating a program to unlock an iPhone would endanger the security of the data, including personal health information.
The Health app will get a new slider menu from where users can learn about third party apps for a number of categories including weight, workouts and sleep.
The patent infringement lawsuit assert that Apple Watch, Fitbit Surge and Fitbit Charge HR infringe on four of Valencell's patents.
In an interview with The Telegraph, Apple's CEO Tim Cook said that they don't need an FDA approval for the Watch but may ask for it for some other product.
Apple announced that researchers from Duke University, Johns Hopkins and Oregon Health & Science University are launching new medical studies using ResearchKit.
WatchOS 2.0 will bring a number of new features, including timelapse backgrounds, third party complications, time travel, transit info and GoPro integration.