Apple Plans for Medical Devices and Coordination with Tesla Cars

Apple Plans for Medical Devices and Coordination with Tesla Cars
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apple cars and medical Apple Plans for Medical Devices and Coordination with Tesla CarsThe users of Apple devices might be surprised to hear the plans of their beloved company. Apple is amazingly looking to expand its horizon of devices into some other fields that are very difficult to predict at the moment. The report from San Francisco chronicle might be very interesting in this regard that reveals that Apple is looking to expand its devices into cars and medication.


The report is not yet confirmed, but the sources reveal that Apple is particularly focused towards medicine. The company is currently working with the audio engineer, Tomlinson Holman to develop a device that would be able to predict the heart attacks for a person. It might work by listening to the sound of the blood. Holman is well known for developing plenty of notable audio technologies. Its wonderful projects include the first 10.2 sound system and Lucas film’s THX system. However, the current projects of the Apple in the medical field are not novel. It was reported last month that officials of Apple have met with the US Food and Drug Administration to discuss the feasibility of the mobile applications in the medical field. They discussed the issues of introducing the smart devices that would aid in medication.

When you talk about the interest of Apple in cars, the reports are not yet clear. The chronicle claims in its news that the corporate dealmaker of Apple, Adrian Perica has met with the CEO of Tesla Elon Musk in Cupertino last spring. However, there are no further details about the agenda of the meeting. So the news and plans of Apple are still unclear. However, Apple is not new to the world of cars. It has taken interest in this field in the past also. Last summer, Apple released its revolutionary plans that it would include the IOS for vehicles.

Earlier this year, we got the idea of the implementation of this strategy. It is still unclear that how that idea is linked to the meeting of Apple’s executives with Tesla’s. Another incident might throw light into the plans of Apple. Last October, the VP of Apple’s hardware left the company to help the Tesla in making cars. This secret coordination might have something hidden that will turn up big time in the future hopefully. We might see a revolutionary car from Apple. That day may not be far away.

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  • Jim

    How is it “secret” meeting when there are scores of articles posted on this “secret” meeting that seem more like advertising than news?

    Tesla + Apple = Frapple {baked wrapped apple}

    Should companies that manufacture defective products that catch fire and explode, start manufacturing medical devices?

    Tesla manufactures more excuses, then cars.

    There has been at least five significant Tesla related fires. Tesla has been dragging its feet on safety and the recall.

    The most recent Tesla garage fire to hit the news was in Toronto. The car supposedly wasn’t even plugged in, so the charging system isn’t likely to be a source. I’m hoping to hear reports from the fire departments investigation, because I don’t trust Tesla’s “fire investigations”, which seem more like coverups.

    There has been at least five Tesla fires. Two Teslas caught on fire after only running over road debris. One Tesla caught on fire and exploded after being in an accident in Mexico. There was a Tesla fire in a California garage, that the Tesla charger connection was ruled as a possible source of the fire by the fire department. Recently there was a Tesla garage fire in Toronto, that so far I haven’t heard the fire department give a ruling. Arguably there has been scores, possibly hundreds of minor Tesla fires. There has been a plethora of Tesla charge connectors that have overheated, melted and burned. Though many Tesla shills will argue that they are not fire. Categorically and scientifically they are often classified as fire. Rapid oxidation or rapid decomposition is often classified as fire. Like the metaphor; where there is smoke, there is fire.

    A few months ago there was a Tesla related garage fire in California that the fire department ruled that the Tesla charging system was a possible source of the fire. The suspect portion of the Tesla charging system that the fire department in California determined was a possible source of the California garage fire, is also suspected in many other Tesla charger reported cases that Tesla charge connections have overheated, melted and burned. Tesla issued a software “fix”, however Tesla charge connectors have continued to overheat, melt and burn despite the so-called “fix”.

    The Tesla model S. still has defects that make it a fire hazard. Tesla charger connections are still overheating, melting and burning. Tesla batteries are poorly located and poorly protected. Tesla is Junk.

    On 1/9/2014 Elon Musk said that replacement adapters that are part of the recall would be mailed out within two weeks. A month later Tesla customers have still not received the replacement adapters that are part of the Tesla model S. recall.

    Several people have been injured by faulty Tesla charge connectors. Tesla is big on making promises and hype, but short on delivery. Tesla needs to start making safety a top priority. Tesla needs to stop playing blame games and games with semantics. Tesla needs to stop lying. Tesla needs to be proactive instead of reactive. Tesla is being a follower of technology, rather than a leader. Tesla is a greedy corporation that has a disregard for safety. The Tesla model S. is an E-Pinto.

    • Steve

      Wow, are you shorting the stock perhaps?

      Tesla is a game changer. I own a ModelS and am thrilled how great it is, as are most all customers. I don’t own stock. Visit the Tesla forums, or the 3rd party tesla forums, and see for yourself.

      I read two stories yesterday about people dying in car fires. That is, normal gasoline cars, you know, the ones which are 5x more likely to catch fire. Also the Tesla fires (result of high-speed accidents) were slow fires, not the kind that engulf the car and kill the occupants.

      In any case, I am thrilled with the car, and to call it an E-Pinto, well, I’m quite sure you have a motivation.