Apple Acquires Beddit, A Sleep Tracking System Maker

Apple Acquires Beddit, A Sleep Tracking System Maker
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Apple has now acquired a sleep tracking hardware and software company called Beddit. The news about the acquisition was first reported by CNBC and has also been confirmed by the company itself. Beddit has updated the privacy policy on its website; however, the terms of the acquisition are still not certain.

What does Beddit offer?

Confirming the acquisition, the company said in a post on its privacy policy page that user information “will be collected, used and disclosed in accordance with the Apple Privacy Policy.” Further, the company stated that any related data it collects, such as respiratory data and heart rate information, can be shared with Apple’s health app.

Beddit has retained a customer support contact on its website, suggesting that the customer experience will not change. This means that consumers will be able to access Beddit’s products and services support for the foreseeable future, notes CNBC. The previous page that linked to Beddit’s Apple Watch apps appears to have been taken down.

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