The iPhone 5S introduces two key features relevant for doctors
Yesterday, Apple unveiled the enhanced iPhone 5S, the colorful iPhone 5C, and the soon-to-be ubiquitous iOS7. While the smartphone playing field has leveled dramatically, Apple remains second-to-none at introducing relatively new features to the mainstream.
Whether it’s the smartphone touch screens, the high-resolution Retina Display, voice-controlled personal assistants, or the initially mocked tablet, Apple has the ability of taking technology already present, and then making it the industry standard.
Amidst the many features that were touted on stage including upgraded cameras, faster processors, enhanced location-based transactions, two features stood out as being potentially game-changing to healthcare: Touch ID fingerprinting, and the M7 activity sensor.
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