MASSDEVICE ON CALL — All eyes are on Apple (NSDQ:AAPL) this month with the long-awaited unveiling of its Apple Watch and today’s release of the HealthKit app, but health and fitness industry experts are looking for more.
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Yet there’s little that’s groundbreaking in terms of the health and fitness capabilities of the smartwatch, which will have to compete with a slew of wearable fitness trackers, such as Jawbone’s UP or the Fitbit, which come with features that the smartwatch has yet to tackle, such as sleep tracking.
Anonymous sources told Reuters that Apple is planning bigger things and that this 1st Apple Watch is something of a "positioning" play for future models that will have more robust health features. Some digital health insiders are reserving judgment until they see the next generation.
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