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Apple has been secretly meeting with the FDA for years---Cardiac Space Product?

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posted on Nov, 30 2016 @ 10:56 PM
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Looks like Apple may be getting serious about health tech. Apple has been in regular contact with the FDA, Apple is working on diagnostic apps and other products. Apple is working on new Apple watch sensors that track medical info.


Apple officials have been in regular contact with the Food and Drug Administration over the past few years, discussing diagnostic apps and other unreleased health products.

The conversations suggest that Apple has significant ambitions in health technology far beyond the nascent services it has publicly released so far — ambitions that may lead to new products that require government regulation as medical devices.
www.businessinsider.com...

In a redacted email there were 2 possible products. An app to diagnose Parkinson's and possible products in the cardiac space.


In the sometimes redacted emails seen by Mobi Health News, Apple officials discuss several unreleased products including:

Two "possible (and related) products in the cardiac space"
A diagnostic app for Parkinson's disease. Fast Company previously reported that Apple was working on an app to monitor Parkinson's.

The "cardiac space" products are interesting, though the emails seen by Mobi Health News don't have more details. The reporters speculate that it might have to do with an EKG attachment for the Apple Watch. AliveCor, a startup, makes a similar product called Kardia Band.

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posted on Nov, 30 2016 @ 11:22 PM
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In star treck they use "apple" to scan for bio injuries



posted on Dec, 1 2016 @ 12:08 AM
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I sure would stay away from the FDA if I was apple, they might spray apple with some poison.



posted on Dec, 1 2016 @ 02:49 AM
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The potential for abuse is the real issue. Imagine a city, let's say Albuquerque for instance, who could target an individual through their phone that they wanted to get rid of. A person's heart rate could be send out to a select group, and when the individual's heart rate indicates they are falling asleep the attackers could use police, ambulance, and fire vehicles to cause a startle response from sirens. Trains and trucks could use their horns, and loud vehicle exhaust. Planes and jets could even be used to fly overhead. It could be used until the individual died of a heart attack or was driven to insanity. To a passerby the noise would seem normal but to the targeted individual, the effects would have a cumulative, devastating effect. If they survived the psychological damage could be permanent. There wouldn't even be any evidence and no one would believe them. There would be no one to turn to and the only way out would be suicide.

A smartphone is an assassin's dream.

A complete nightmare for the target.



posted on Dec, 1 2016 @ 08:55 AM
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originally posted by: AmbroseMachine
The potential for abuse is the real issue. Imagine a city, let's say Albuquerque for instance, who could target an individual through their phone that they wanted to get rid of. A person's heart rate could be send out to a select group, and when the individual's heart rate indicates they are falling asleep the attackers could use police, ambulance, and fire vehicles to cause a startle response from sirens. Trains and trucks could use their horns, and loud vehicle exhaust. Planes and jets could even be used to fly overhead. It could be used until the individual died of a heart attack or was driven to insanity. To a passerby the noise would seem normal but to the targeted individual, the effects would have a cumulative, devastating effect. If they survived the psychological damage could be permanent. There wouldn't even be any evidence and no one would believe them. There would be no one to turn to and the only way out would be suicide.

A smartphone is an assassin's dream.

A complete nightmare for the target.


Yeah....no, I'm assuming you're talking about "gangstalking"....I could think of other potential problems with this tech, but that one is so far out of the norm that to entertain that option is just silly.

Either way I am all for portability of medical devices, though any integration of this into the smart watch is of little value, the Apple watch is a very small niche market, even the loyal Apple fans lost interest with their new toy after a while.



posted on Dec, 1 2016 @ 12:58 PM
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It's not a secret if everyone knows Apple has been doing this, is it?

Apple is just looking at commercial opportunities, just like Google and a thousand and one other companies.



posted on Dec, 12 2016 @ 12:47 AM
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a reply to: MuonToGluon

"to entertain that option is just silly".

I doubt you would get far in the intelligence community.



posted on Dec, 12 2016 @ 07:23 AM
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a reply to: AmbroseMachine

Why would I want to go into the intelligence community?

If you had the intelligence to be in intelligence you wouldn't be here talking about gang stalking, the last time someone spoke about gang stalking here it was of youtube video of them abusing the living heck out of the neighbors and filming every moment of it while claiming that everyone was a living zombie, clone and robot stalking them to the ends of the earth.

And I doubt you would pass the psychological required to enter the intelligence field with a theory of that kind.



posted on Dec, 12 2016 @ 07:29 AM
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originally posted by: AmbroseMachine
The potential for abuse is the real issue. Imagine a city, let's say Albuquerque for instance, who could target an individual through their phone that they wanted to get rid of. A person's heart rate could be send out to a select group, and when the individual's heart rate indicates they are falling asleep the attackers could use police, ambulance, and fire vehicles to cause a startle response from sirens. Trains and trucks could use their horns, and loud vehicle exhaust. Planes and jets could even be used to fly overhead. It could be used until the individual died of a heart attack or was driven to insanity. To a passerby the noise would seem normal but to the targeted individual, the effects would have a cumulative, devastating effect. If they survived the psychological damage could be permanent. There wouldn't even be any evidence and no one would believe them. There would be no one to turn to and the only way out would be suicide.

A smartphone is an assassin's dream.

A complete nightmare for the target.



Thank you for the idea, we will try that out, soon, one someone....



posted on Dec, 12 2016 @ 07:57 AM
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a reply to: MuonToGluon

I'm good enough to reel in one of the biggest trolls on this site back to this thread.



posted on Dec, 12 2016 @ 08:30 AM
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a reply to: AmbroseMachine

Heh, baiting hasn't really worked on me since I left high school back in 2001, if you have used the internet since the 90s, you would learn pretty quick that after a while you stop rolling your eyes towards the bait and carry on.

Reeling in a "troll" would be one of the simplest tasks to perform, either way, good work (credit where credit is due and all that yada yada).


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posted on Dec, 21 2016 @ 09:18 PM
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a reply to: seasonal

But getting back to the topic until that weirdo comes back in, yes you are correct. But I think apple has always been serious about this and have been testing it since the introduction of the iPhone. It's been fine tuned with every release but there is still the concern of it being abused. The point I brought up is valid. I personally have been witness to these military grade sensors in apple products being used to harass individuals for almost two years now.. It's only going to get worse, this doesn't have a Star Trek fairy tell ending.
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