The device would launch at the same time as the 2017 iPhone, according to the report. Rumor has it that Apple has been working on a sensor that can measure blood sugar since before the Apple Watch launched. But Google’s Verily has reportedly had trouble building its own “noninvasive” glucometer integrated into a contact lens, and biotech professionals have told me the technology isn’t ready for prime time. Apple will need its sensors to be noninvasive, meaning they won’t require users to draw blood or break the skin. Apple clearly has long-term plans in health. The company has hired doctors and nurses and also runs around-the-clock biometric labs. A device separate from the Apple Watch would be surprising, though Apple CEO Tim Cook has talked about a separate health product that could require approval from the Food and Drug Administration. He has also talked about adding more sensors to the Apple Watch, most notably at a conference earlier this year. “I love the Watch,” Cook said. “One day, this is my prediction, we will look back and we will wonder: How can I ever have gone without the Watch?
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