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Mayo Clinic will reportedly take part in HealthKit presentation during Apple media event


Apple first unveiled its Health application and associated HealthKit framework during WWDC earlier this year with a quote from Dr. John H. Noseworthy, CEO of the Mayo Clinic, a development partner for the iOS Health platform. Now a new report from the Star Tribune claims that the Mayo Clinic will have a role in revealing the next-generation health capabilities of an upcoming device at tomorrow’s event.

It’s not yet clear whether this will happen during a look at iOS 8 or during the preview of Apple’s first wearable device and its health-tracking capabilities. Apple is expected to give details about both during the event, along with two new versions of the iPhone.

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  1. j0hnf23 - 9 years ago

    a lot of “taking part”-parts..first U2 will take a significant part and now mayo clinic. i’m curious if all the things we heard will fit in the 1,5 hour presentation.

  2. Tyler Cohn - 9 years ago

    I have a feeling this keynote will be a little bit longer than a hour and a half. Its gonna be packed with goodness