Apple would have recently recruited Roy JEM Raymann, a former sleep scientist and expert working with Philips research teams. Rumors speak of the creation of a team of professionals who would be likely to take care of the future iWatch everyone is talking about. Philips Research has confirmed that Raymann is no longer part of the company.
There could therefore be many possibilities for smartwatch from the apple firm. This new recruitment therefore makes it possible to imagine sleep control functionalities, thanks to which it could be possible to provide the user with information on the quality of his nights and advice to improve them.
The information follows that reported by 9to5Mac declaring that Apple is working on an application with code name Healthbook, linked to health. It would be natively present on the future mobile operating system of the firm (read: iOS 8: a Healthbook fitness application linked to the Apple iWatch?).
Of course, nothing has been officially confirmed by Apple but there is no doubt that the future iWatch. surprises us with its innovations.