"The company's director of Fitness and Health technologies, Jay Blahnik, said that in order to test the Watch's environmental resistance, the company brought the device to places as distant as Alaska and Dubai. But special "climate chambers" were installed in the labs as well, allowing Apple to simulate activities in extreme heat and cold.Apple offers rare look inside secret Apple Watch health and fitness testing labs [u]
On the scale of the project, Blahnik said that the company has amassed "what may be one of the world's largest pieces of data on fitness," and that the company's fitness efforts are just beginning. "We think there's a lot to this fitness thing...the impact on health could be profound.""
Monday, March 23, 2015
Apple offers rare look inside secret Apple Watch health and fitness testing labs [u] (AppleInsider)