Users decide what programs they participate in; Apple doesn't see the data.
No one saw this coming, right?
Samsung has also been working with medical institutions, although it doesn't have anything directly comparable to this.
"Apple will not see your data" is one of Apple's biggest differentiators between them and basically every other tech company (like Google) in the world right now. I wonder if they can/will communicate that message more overtly to the average consumer.
Google is very interested in medical stuff too. Google being involved in collecting this sort of data might be a tough sell.
Why do you think tech companies are so interested in health? For Apple, if it's not benefiting from the data, it's about extending the utility of its ecosystem
Sounds like Tim Cook is about to announce the 12" Retina MacBook Air.
new MacBooks in 3 . . . 2 . . . 1 . . .
"We challenged ourselves to reinvent the notebook. And we did it."