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Apple is reportedly working to make the iPhone the central hub for all your health data

The secretive, rapidly expanding health team inside Apple is working to turn the iPhone into a one-stop shop for all your medical information, according to a report from CNBC.

The Cupertino giant has reportedly been in talks with developers, hospitals, and various other industry groups, in an effort to build a system that would bring patients’ clinical data and lab results to the iPhone to later be shared with third parties.

One of CNBC’s sources mentioned that Apple is looking at startups in the cloud hosting space about potential acquisitions that could represent a good fit in the larger picture of its health division. (Apple bought health tech company Gliimpse last year.)

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