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Today in Apple history: Nike+iPod brings fitness tracking to your pocket

[2018-07-13 12:00:53]

July 13, 2006: Apple releases its first activity tracker, the Nike+iPod Sport Kit, which combines a portable music player and a smart pedometer. The product marks Apple’s first step toward the kind of mobile health-tracking initiatives the company will investigate in the following decade — most notably through its iOS Health app and the Apple Watch. ...

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