Apple Set to Release AI-Powered Health Coaches and Mood-Tracking Tools with iOS 17

Apple is a company that has long been invested in the health and wellness space. With the release of iOS 17, the tech giant is planning to take things to the next level. 

According to a new Bloomberg report, Apple is working on AI-powered health coaches and mood-tracking tools. Additionally, the Health app may finally be available for the iPad.

Mark Gurman, a well-known leaker, has revealed that Apple is working on an internal effort to enhance its health offerings. The coaching service, codenamed “Quartz,” is designed to help people use their Apple Watch to improve their sleep, exercise, and eating habits. The service is expected to be tailored to each individual’s needs and preferences, offering personalized coaching programs.

The Health app, which has been available on iPhones for some time, may finally be coming to the iPad with the release of iPadOS 17. This move is expected to attract healthcare professionals who use iPads for work. The effort is being led by several divisions within Apple, including the services division, health, Siri, and AI teams.

New features in the Health app are also in the works, including tools to track emotions and eye problems. The Emotion Tracker, for example, will allow users to record their moods, answer daily questions, and compare their results over time. In the future, Apple plans to have algorithms built into the iPhone to infer a user’s mood from their speech, typing, and other data stored on their device.

The rumoured Apple headset may also come with health-related features, such as meditation aids and a version of the Fitness+ workout program. Apple is also reportedly working on adding more advanced health features, such as blood pressure monitoring and non-invasive glucose monitoring, to the Apple Watch. These features will help Apple Watch owners better understand their physical health.

Overall, it’s clear that Apple is taking health and wellness seriously. With the release of iOS 17 and the Health app’s potential availability on the iPad, the company is poised to expand its offerings in this space. The AI-powered health coaches and mood-tracking tools, along with the other features in the works, have the potential to be transformative for users looking to improve their health and well-being.

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