New iWatch Details Surface Dylan Duarte February 4, 2014 The US Food and Drug Administration, commonly referred to as the FDA, publishes a public meetings calendar that allows people to see what they’re up to and according to said calendar, they met with Apple executives in the early weeks of December over “mobile medical applications.” While this could mean a lot of things, sources inside Apple suggest that the meetings specifically relate to the iWatch and iOS 8. Reportedly one of iOS 8’s biggest features will be the Healthbook app, which will allow for health and tracking integration between the watch and other mobile devices. Things that will be tracked will include calories burned, miles walked, and weight loss. There will also be pedometer functionality, like those fancy activity trackers. There will also be a variety of blood-related stats, including blood pressure, hydration levels, heart rate, and possibly even glucose levels. In order to track all these things, a combination of an iWatch and iPhone will be required. Finally, reports say that the watch will launch later this year. Do you want one? via BGR Share This With The World!