Facts To Know About Apple's Acquisition Of Beddit

Posted: May 10 2017, 9:24am CDT | by , in News | Apple

Facts to Know About Apple's Acquisition of Beddit
  • Apple Inc. acquires Sleep-Monitoring Application possessing the Funky Name “Beddit”

Apple Inc. has acquired the Finnish sleep-monitoring application possessing the funky and offbeat name of “Beddit”.

Apple Inc. has gotten hold of an app and sleep-monitoring device known as Beddit. The website of this sleep tracker on the Internet recently gave out the details regarding the deal whereby it has been acquired by Apple.

According to CNBC, information regarding Beddit’s Apple Watch applications has been removed from the website though. However, a customer support section still exists on the site.

All personal data will be collated, processed and revealed in accordance with stringent measures dealt with by the Apple Privacy Policy.

The heartbeat tempo and rate of respiration will be fed into an Apple health application. Sleep-monitoring has a very crucial role in the health industry. From 50 to 70 million Americans have sleep issues.

According to The Verge, Beddit is a Finnish company. Its products work in synch with apps for iOS and Apple Watch. A Beddit 3 Sleep Monitor costs about $149.

Sold in the Apple Store, the sensor-loaded strip goes beneath the bed sheets and follows the movements a sleeping body makes throughout the night. The Beddit acquisition could prove salubrious for the coffers of Apple Inc.

According to MacRumors, the thin, flexible sensor collects a ton of data. This may include: the time it takes to doze off, efficiency in sleeping, activity during sleep, snoring rate, the temperature of the bedroom and its humidity.

This app allows for a personal sleep schedule that is custom-made for the individual. The insights it offers regarding sleep hygiene are valuable indeed since covering the sleep debt is the #1 priority in America right now.

Sleep deprivation has been held to be responsible for everything from obesity to diabetes and fatal accidents due to drowsiness while driving down the road.

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