On Monday, the Apple Watch arrived a second time, getting a more thorough launching than when it was first unveiled in September together with Apple’s new iPhones. It’s going to be out a bit later than what some had expected, as Apple confirmed an April 24 release date – that’s nearly eight months after its original debut. And while we know almost everything there is to know about Watch at this point in the game, one has to wonder whether the device’s health apps will be the game-changing features they deserve to be for a potentially “disruptive” gadget like Watch.
Apple is still cagey when it comes to talking about these “killer” features, which are said to include a number of health-related sensors. These may include sensors that track blood pressure, blood sugar levels, heart rate, UV exposure, and body temperature, as well as the usual sensors tracking st...Read more