Apple COVID-19 maps

Apple Maps updated with COVID-19 vaccination locations

iPhone users can now ask Siri or search within Apple Maps to find nearby COVID-19 vaccine providers throughout the US.
Apple Women Health Study

Apple Women’s Health Study releases preliminary data

The landmark study's first set of data is significant in its scope and scale, offering insights into menstruation and the experiences of women across the US.
Apple Hearing Study

Apple shares new insights on hearing health from its Hearing Study

The company is sharing new data from thousands of participants across the US in an effort to help people better understand their hearing health.
Apple Watch heart rate

UHN to study how Apple Watch can help with early identification of worsening heart...

An Apple Watch will be compared to data routinely collected from the rigorous physical tests that patients normally undergo.
Time to Walk on Apple Watch

Apple Fitness+ gets audio walking experience – Time to Walk

Episodes feature personal stories, photos, and music from influential people to inspire Apple Watch users to walk more.
Apple Fitness Plus

Apple Fitness+ launches on December 14

The service promises studio-style workouts while incorporating workout metrics from Apple Watch for a personalized and immersive experience.
Apple Health Records

Health Records on iPhone come to the UK and Canada

Oxford University Hospitals and Women's College Hospital are among the first healthcare institutions to make this feature available to their patients.
Apple Watch Series 6

Apple announces Watch Series 6, Watch SE, Fitness+ and more

The brand-new Series 6 will ship with SpO2 and V02 Max tracking; Apple also launched three new studies and partnership with Singapore...
Apple Watch

iOS 14 to support Sp02, sleep tracking on Apple Watch?

Also, the future update to the Apple Watch's ECG feature could address inconclusive readings for heart rates between 100 and 120 beats per minute.
Apple Heartline study

Apple, J&J to study whether Apple Watch can reduce the risk of stroke

The Heartline study, open to people aged 65 and older, will research atrial fibrillation and early detection of stroke using Apple's smartwatch.