Personal computing, phones, watches, and … diabetes?
Cupertino-based Apple has over its 41-year lifespan successfully disrupted the former, but it may be about to revolutionize treatment for the latter.
According to a report from CNBC, the tech giant has a secret team of scientists working to develop technology that would allow for the continuous and non-invasive monitoring of blood sugar levels as part of an effort to better treat diabetes.
This project was reportedly conceptualized by the late Steve Jobs, and, if successful, CNBC notes would represent a “holy grail” for scientists. Read more…