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Apple’s iWatch will apparently watch you sleep

06
Feb
2014

Apple has continued its supposedly iWatch-related hiring spree by adding a new member to its smartwatch team, Roy J.E.M. Raymann from Philips Research, 9to5Mac reports. Raymann joins a variety of other scientists with expertise in various health- and wearables-related fields, whose experience is expected to be put to good use in the yet-to-be-confirmed iWatch program. Raymann may bring to the iWatch sleeping-related features, as the wearable device may sort-of watch users when they sleep, monitoring sleeping patterns and movements like other devices do, including the FitBit accessory. According to the publication, he “served as a senior scientist at Philips Research working as a lead on various sleep related research projects,” where he founded the Philips Experience Laboratory to further study

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