Right now, the Apple Watch is basically Apple’s only health-related hardware product. However, it seems that the company could be working on new health-based hardware, at least that’s what a recent job-listing on Apple’s website seems to be suggesting where they are looking for a new product manager.
According to the listing, “The Health Hardware group is looking for an Engineering Project Manager (EPM) to lead the design and development of Apple-branded Health Hardware products.” Unfortunately for us, the listing doesn’t really detail what we might be able to expect from the company, but then again, this shouldn’t really be surprising since we doubt that many companies would openly state what unannounced products that they could be working on.
Like we said, the Apple Watch is the only hardware product from Apple that focuses on health. The company does sell other connected health products in its stores, like a blood pressure cuff, a thermometer, smart scales, and so on. Interestingly enough, the company has yet to rebrand the Beddit Sleep Monitor, which the company had acquired back in 2017.
While we have heard that the company could implement blood sugar monitoring in future Apple Watches, that’s not necessarily a new hardware product and more like an upgrade of an existing one. This means that we’ll need to remain patient and hope that Apple will have something official to announce in the future.
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