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Steve Jobs rejected the first medical app in 1977

Manufacturing Group | March 7, 2014

Forbes.com contributing editor, Larry Husten, offers a glimpse into how one cardiologist’s idea was of no interest to Jobs.

There’s been a lot of speculation that future Apple products will include health-related apps and biometric sensors. Here’s the story of what might have been the first Apple medical app, except for the fact that in 1977 Steve Jobs had absolutely no interest in going in that direction.

Click here to read the entire column by Larry Husten, contributor to Forbes.com.

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