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Apple's working on a holy grail to treat diabetes (Apple Byte Extra Crunchy Podcast, Ep. 80)

Apple has a small team of biomedical engineers working to develop noninvasive sensors that can measure glucose levels through the skin. The 2017 iMac was Apple's idea of a pro machine, until they decided to bring the Mac Pro back from the dead.

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Extra Crunchy Podcast, Ep. 80

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THE APPLE BYTE EXTRA CRUNCHY SHOW NOTES:

Apple has a secret team working on the holy grail for treating diabetes

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APPLE PATENT NEWS:

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APPLE LAWSUITS:

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With contribution from Stephen Beacham.