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In a first, Apple will begin selling One Drop, a glucose monitor for those with diabetes that works with iPhone and Watch, in select US stores (CNBC)

[2019-06-27 16:30:05]

CNBC: In a first, Apple will begin selling One Drop, a glucose monitor for those with diabetes that works with iPhone and Watch, in select US stores  —  KEY POINTS  — Select Apple Stores now sell One Drop, a blood glucose monitor that closely integrates with the iPhone and the Apple Watch.

In a first, Apple will begin selling One Drop, a glucose monitor for those with diabetes that works with iPhone and Watch, in select US stores (CNBC)


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