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Beddit, the sleep tracking company that Apple acquired in 2017, releases Beddit Sleep Monitor 3.5, a $150 sleep monitor for iOS, available in Apple Stores (Zac Hall/9to5Mac)

[2018-12-07 20:00:28]

Zac Hall / 9to5Mac: Beddit, the sleep tracking company that Apple acquired in 2017, releases Beddit Sleep Monitor 3.5, a $150 sleep monitor for iOS, available in Apple Stores  —  Earlier this week, Apple received FCC clearance with a new sleep monitor product that looked like an updated version of the Beddit Sleep Monitor that it acquired in 2017.

Beddit, the sleep tracking company that Apple acquired in 2017, releases Beddit Sleep Monitor 3.5, a $150 sleep monitor for iOS, available in Apple Stores (Zac Hall/9to5Mac)


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