Dropping the price could help it become more attractive to buyers.
Apple Watch is starting to show its age. The device, which originally cost $349 to $17,000, hit the market a year ago and hasn’t changed significantly since then. Apple has updated Apple Watch’s software and added new color and bands, including some designed by fashion brand Hermes. But it hasn’t significantly overhauled the device’s design.
We have 5,000 apps on the App Store, Cook says.
"We had the largest sales ever for Apple TV" after it hit the market late last year.
"People are absolutely loving the new Apple TV."
Price cut. Now will start at $299
"We're really excited about this new spring lineup. We want even more people to enjoy Apple Watch."
"Also there's new sport and leather bands in all new colors. There's a stunning space black Milanese loop."
"Our new woven nylon band features a unique four layer construction. Four colors."
"Today we're introducing some brand new colors and a new band made from a whole new material. Our new woven nylon bands."
"About a third of our Apple Watch wearers regularly change their bands."
"People also love changing the bands and how it gives the watch an entirely new look."
"Customers love it." It's become an essential part of daily lives, Cook says.
"Since we launched it less than a year ago, the Apple Watch has become the top selling smartwatch in the world."
Time for Apple Watch news
CareKit will be open source
"A word about privacy. Nothing is more sensitive than your health data. You decide which apps use the data and who you share it with."
"We think the possibilities here are limitless."
You can also share it with your doctor so they can update your care plan on the fly
"Then you can share this information with your loved ones who can help support you through your recovery process."
It has an app with a checklist of things for you to do each day. Symptom and measurement tracker.
"This is your list of things to do, not to do. ... Adherence to this is notoriously very poor. Using the CareKit modules, we've been working with Texas Medical Center."
You get discharged with a single sheet of paper
"Surgery. One thing physicians tell us is one of the most important things affecting outcome of surgery is what you do in the recovery process."
6 places will use it, John Hopkins, Stanford, UCSF, Emory, University of Rochester, etc
"The very first CareKit app being released today is for Parkinson's."
Today we're launching CareKit, Williams says.
The Parkinson's app can show patients and doctors if a medication is working.
"What became clear to us later was the very same tools to advance medical research can also be used by people to advance their care."
"When we introduced ResearchKit, our goal was simply to improve medical research. We thought our work was largely done."
Video is still going, talking about how ResearchKit is changing research and the way people live.