“Apple is finally acknowledging that periods exist,” Rebecca Sullivan reports for The New York Post.
“The iOS9 software update, which won’t be available until the next iPhone comes out, will include a period tracker that charts both frequency and flow,” Sullivan reports. “When the Apple Health app launched in January year with the iOS8 software update, there was a glaring omission from the range of bodily function it monitored — women couldn’t track their menstrual cycles.”
“A side note: if you’re not already using your iPhone’s Health app, you should be. It’s the white icon with a pink love heart and you can track your weight, calories in and out, your sleep and your body temperature,” Sullivan reports. “It’s fab. Get on it.”
Read more in the full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: Two women on the keynote stage and now this? It’s a veritable estrogen-fest!
Good for Apple. Women are customers, too!
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Lynn Weiler” for the heads up.]