Recently Apple has been really focusing on improving the health and overall well-being of its users. The newly-announced Apple Watch Series 6 now features blood oxygen monitoring, while the Apple Watch ECG has been helping people avoid dangerous medical situations. Now, a newly-published Apple patent shows that Cupertino is working on yet another health and fitness-related technology.
TechRadar reports that the patent, published just minutes before Apple’s September 2020 Event, is focused on a micro-LED display, that can be used in several scenarios, including on a fitness tracker band. The patent was filed by Apple with the US Patent and Trademark office.
One of the illustrations on the patent application
Most of the patent is centered around technical details of the Apple fitness tracker with no mention of its possible design or specific fitness features. It’s important to note that although Apple has filed this patent, not all patents see the light of day. Currently, Apple has just unveiled the Fitness+ subscription and the new Apple Watch SE and Apple Watch Series 6, so we don’t expect this fitness band to make its appearance any time soon.
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