In the past week, the company has shined in urban countries by opening a brand-new “floating” store and establishing new partnerships with governments to promote the use of its smart watches.
The app encourages users to exercise and complete certain activities every week, such as walking, swimming or practicing yoga. It also reminds users to sign health checks and immunization appointments. By verifying these goals, users can earn up to 380 Singapore dollars (approximately US$280) in revenue.
Chief Operating Officer Jeff Williams said: “Singapore has one of the world̵
A few days before the announcement, the company also opened a third store in Singapore, a striking glass dome inspired by the Roman Pantheon.
At the same time, the government and Apple have been cooperating for many years. The two parties said the plan began at least two years ago, when Singapore called on technology and healthcare providers to help propose the country’s new public health plan. The two-year plan will begin in October.
“Even if all of us are addressing the challenge of Covid-19, we must continue to invest in our future. There is no better investment than our personal health,” said Singapore Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat. Said in a statement.