Apps & Software
Apple Research app now supports AirPods Pro for Hearing Study
The update includes support for AirPods Pro in the Apple Hearing Study as well as improvements for VoiceOver and battery life
Apple has updated its Research app for iPhone and Apple Watch today. The update includes support for AirPods Pro in the Apple Hearing Study as well as improvements.
Apple announced three different health study initiatives — Women’s Health, Heart and Movement, and the Hearing Study — last November. With today’s update, the Research app housing these initiatives gets even better. The update includes new features, improvements and bug fixes, take a look below:
- Support for AirPods Pro in the Apple Hearing study
- Improved experience for VoiceOver users while participating in the Apple Hearing study and the hearing test
- Battery life improvements with the latest watchOS update
In partnership with the University of Michigan, Apple Hearing Study is designed to examine factors that impact hearing health. The Hearing Study also contributes the study data to the World Health Organization (WHO) as a contribution toward its Make Listening Safe initiative.
The Apple Research app is available to download for free on the App Store.