The arrival of the Apple Watch Series 7, expected this fall, had a prelude full of interesting rumors, as the possible incorporation of more applications, including blood sugar monitoring. And although this is already a big step forward among the options offered by the device, it would only be the beginning of many more possibilities related to health.
According to information seen in an Apple job posting, the company is looking for candidates to fill the position of Regulatory project manager. In the request, Apple specifies that it is looking for someone who can work on things related to fitness.
Apple Watch will be even more health-focused
Apple is seeking new members for its team with the apparent intention of perfecting the Apple Watch as a health-focused device. Therefore, the company is interested in candidates with experience in “A Class II digital health product or medical device with robust software in the product.”
“Our ever-evolving suite of health and wellness products for iPhone and Apple Watch help our users lead more active and healthier lives. Get ready to do something big when you come here.
According to Niel Smith of My Healthy Apple, “Class II medical devices are devices that present a moderate to high risk to the patient and / or user. 43% of medical devices fall into this category. Most medical devices are considered Class II devices. Until now, most software as a medical device (SaMD) has often been classified as a class I product