Among the latest report concerning Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) watch, it was revealed that the watch is going to encompass three additional MobileFirst apps with the joint collaboration of Apple and IBM. On Thursday, Apple and IBM have announced the integration of three MobileFirst apps with Apple watch concerning public safety, healthcare and energy industries, as part of continuing enterprise solutions partnership.
MobileFirst Apple Watch integration seems to be basic expansion of host iOS apps, offering professionals access to alerts and notifications on the fly, according to information provided on the company’s mobile enterprise apps webpage.
For instance, Hospital RN, healthcare app provides nurses latest patient requests, amendment in lab status, task lists and safety alerts through sending notifications to Apple Watch. Healthcare professionals can utilize more of their time in patient care and least on their iPhone, with essential information available at a glance. Incident Aware, public safety app, which was launched in December as a MobileFirst launch title, forms identical push notification features that propel urgent alerts to Apple Watch wearing officials. Through the app, the Watch also provides a brief depiction of an emergency along with the concerning risk level and existing distance to incident. Lastly, Field Connect’s Watch app keeps workers in the utilities and energy industry attentive of unfavorable working conditions while on the job. For instance, technicians operational on power lines might receive warning about high winds in the area in advance.
IBM and Apple are projected to carry on providing Apple Watch support across the MobileFirst set of apps; however an exact accessibility timeline is unknown yet.
Last July, MobileFirst initiative was announced with a pledge to give in more than 100 apps developed around Apple’s iOS platform. Under partnerships terms, Apple helps in customer support and software development through AppleCare, while IBM handles device management, hardware leasing, security, mobile integration, analytics and on-site repairs.
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