From fashion to fitness: the experts behind Apple’s wearable future
Apple looking to hire experts to help create fitness products A new job p90X3 results ad that has since been removed hinted that Apple is prepping a health and fitness product. Could it be the iWatch? A mock-up of what an iWatch might look like. (Credit: Sarah Tew and Christopher MacManus/CNET) Apple seems to be gearing up for a fitness product, at least based on details from a new job posting. Listed Thursday on Apple’s job site but since taken down, the ad was seeking a “User Studies Exercise Physiologist” to put in 40 hours a week at Apple headquarters in Santa Clara Valley.
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Todd Whitehurst (Director, Hardware Development): Dr. Todd Whitehurst joined Apple from Senseonics last summer. He wasSenseonicss Vice President of Hardware Engineering up until his departure. He ran the engineering team for a wireless, smartphone-connected body sensor.
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