“Apple’s iPhone will now let people track exactly how often, when and how they have sex,” Andrew Griffin reports for The Independent.
“As part of new “reproductive health” tracking features, Apple has added an option for ‘Sexual Activity,'” Griffin reports. “When users click on it, they can enter information on whether protection was used as well as the date and time.”
Griffin reports, “They can then share that information with other apps, and Apple stressed in its event that it will be kept private unless users opt to share it.”
Read more in the full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: Hmm, Show on Headboard… er, Dashboard, or not?
Seriously, “Sexual Activity” is part of iOS 9’s Health app’s “Reproductive Health” section which also includes “Basal Body Temperature,” “Cervical Mucus Quality,” “Menstruation,” “Ovulation Test Result,” and “Spotting.”