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Apple’s iWatch won’t take the same path as other failed smartwatches

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Feb
2014

While existing reports on the rumored iWatch are already offering different views on whether advanced sensors capable of monitoring glucose or hydration levels will be included in the smartwatch, what’s clear is that Apple appears to be very interested in adding more and more non-invasive sensors to monitor various health-related parameters in its future devices. The company has hired even more people with “deep biomedical and sensor technology expertise” in the past few months, Network World reports, than reported so far. In other words, the company is taking a completely different path than rivals, which have thus far launched smartphone companion products will little to offer beyond event notifications. Marcelo Malini Lamego started work at Apple in January, after being

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