Apple still won’t give iPad and Mac users this vital iPhone feature
Apple is set to announce a host of new software updates during the WWDC keynote on June 6, but while a ton of features will be added and more updated, according to a new report, not a very big one will be announced. searched.
Writing for the weekly Power On newsletter, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman reports that those hoping for the Health app to make the jump from iPhone to iPad or Mac are out of luck.
Currently, the device that includes the Santé application is the Apple iPhone, allows the owners of the iPad and Mac to use the small screen of the phone for consulting potentially vital information, and purchases cells concerning heart rate and heart rate. even more. Apple is expected to bring the Health app to its other platforms for several years, but according to Gurman, that won’t happen as part of the WWDC22 announcements.
On the plus side, the health features of the iPhone and Apple Watch should see improvements.
Although the Health app probably won’t be extended to iPad and Mac, it will get plenty of new features compatible with iPhone and Apple Watch.
Apple is likely to announce iPadOS 16 and macOS 13 at its event, bringing new features that should include an updated multitasking system on iPad and an updated Settings app on Mac.
The Health app is one of the best iPhone features in recent years, and coupled with Apple Watch’s health tracking and alert feature, it can go a long way in saving lives. Hoping the Health app will move to iPad and Mac in 2023.
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