Apple, known for its health-driven applications, is planning to add health-tracking features to AirPods within the next two years, according to reports. This is in addition to the already existing health applications on the iPhone and Apple smartwatches.
There are speculations that the iPhone manufacturer may transform the AirPods into a health device within the next couple of years, potentially allowing users to obtain some form of hearing-related data.
Reports in 2020 indicated that upcoming iterations of the AirPods may include ambient light sensors to track information such as blood oxygen saturation and heart rate. Further reports from 2021 suggested that the company was exploring new health-related features for the AirPods.
In January of this year, a well-known tech analyst predicted that the new AirPods Max could be shipped in the first half of 2025, with a potential cost of $99.
Meanwhile, users can access ChatGPT through Apple’s smartwatches. By downloading the WatchGPT application and subscribing to the plan, users can ask advanced questions and receive answers from anywhere and at any time. The integration’s goal is to enable users to access the chatbot on the go and even share responses via various means, such as SMS.
The health driven feature is aimed for the users to track and maintain their health.
Q1. What health tracking features is Apple adding to AirPods?
A: It is reportedly adding ambient light sensors to track information such as blood oxygen saturation and heart rate.
Q2. When will the new AirPods Max, supposedly, be released, and what is their predicted cost?
A: A tech analyst predicted that the new AirPods Max could be shipped in the first half of 2025, with a potential cost of $99.