Tim Cook featured on cover of outdoor magazine, talks about health and wellness
Apple CEO Tim Cook covered the cover of Outside magazine, and spoke about health and wellness in a recent interview with the publication.
Cook said Apple Park was “like working in a national park,” with a design that “brings the outside and the inside in.”
âYou would see people riding bikes from meeting to meeting,â Cook said, referring to Apple Park’s typical workday before the pandemic. “You would see people running. It’s a two and a half mile track around the plaza, so do a few laps and you’ve got a good workout for the day.”
“We all know intuitively, and now with research, that physical activity is a key component of longevity and quality of life,” Cook added, reiterating that Apple’s greatest contribution to humanity will be. probably in the area of ââhealth and wellness.
The interview draws on Cook’s appearance on a Outside The magazine’s podcast episode last month, where it touched on similar topics. On this podcast, Cook teased that Apple was testing “mind-blowing” capabilities for the Apple Watch, although not all saw the light of day. âThink about the amount of sensors in your car,â Cook said, adding âand no doubt your body is much more important than your carâ.
Over the years, Apple has gradually expanded the health features available on the Apple Watch to include heart rate tracking, irregular heartbeat notifications, ECG app, blood oxygen measurement, fall detection, etc. Rumors suggest that Apple is also aiming to add non-invasive blood sugar monitoring to the upcoming Apple Watch.
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