If you are into keeping track of your daily step count and you use your iPhone's Health app to monitor it, then you probably get a little annoyed when you walk a decent distance without your iPhone. Thankfully you can manually enter data into the Health app, so if you missed out on some steps you can just enter them yourself. Obviously you'll need to know the amount of steps you missed recording, or at least have a rough estimate. You could take the walk again with your iPhone to count the actual steps or just enter your best guess.
People with implanted pacemakers and defibrillators are being warned to keep MagSafe iPhones and accessories away from their medical devices. Cardiologists at the Henry Ford Heart and Vascular Institute have tested the effect of an iPhone 12 Pro passing over the chest of a patient. Reporting on the results, Dr. Gurjit Singh explained that the patient's defibrillator was temporarily deactivated by the MagSafe magnet inside the iPhone.
According to reports, the much-rumored blood glucose sensor will debut in the Apple Watch Series 7. Korean sources point to Samsung, which has developed non-invasive blood sugar measurement technology. The company is poised to introduce the sensor on its upcoming Galaxy Watch refresh. Apple does not intend to be left behind.
No, local health authorities can utilize Exposure Notifications Express without developing or maintaining their own stand-alone app.