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26 Apr, 2023
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It is possible that it could be released next year under the codename 'Quartz'.

Apple has been working on various health initiatives, and one of them is the AI-powered health coach codenamed "Quartz," according to a report from Bloomberg. This new service, which is expected to be released next year, will provide personalized coaching programs to improve exercise, sleep, and eating habits. By leveraging AI and data from Apple Watch, Quartz will make suggestions that are tailored to specific users.

The new service will add to Apple's growing set of health-focused tools that are built into its devices. For instance, Apple introduced a medication tracking feature last year and operates a paid Fitness Plus service that includes new workouts every week. Fitness Plus has a range of workout types, including cycling, strength, and yoga, which have become quite popular with users. The company has also been developing other health features, including an emotion tracker and new features to help users with nearsightedness.

Bloomberg's report also mentions that Apple will be releasing a dedicated version of the Health app for the iPad as part of iPadOS 17. This will allow users to access their health data on a larger screen and is expected to improve the overall user experience. Furthermore, the rumored mixed reality headset will reportedly support Fitness Plus and come with a meditation app. Apple is also making progress on noninvasive blood glucose monitoring, which could be a game-changer for people with diabetes. However, it may take a while before this technology becomes a reality.

While Apple has not commented on these developments, it is clear that the company is taking health seriously and is investing heavily in developing tools that can help users lead healthier lives. As technology continues to advance, it is likely that we will see even more health-focused features from Apple in the future.