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Apple back to selling Nokia’s digital health products after patent dispute settlement

Apple has added Nokia’s digital health products back to its online store months after settling a patent dispute with the company. Nokia’s Thermo Thermometer, Body Cardio Scale, Body+ Scale, and BPM+ Blood Pressure Monitor are now all available on Apple’s website and available for pickup at Apple retail stores starting at the end of this week. Apple previously sold the items under the Withings brand, which Nokia officially retired last month after buying the company about a year ago. Apple has returned the health products to its store as part of a multi-year patent license, which will see Nokia providing certain network infrastructure products and services to Apple. The companies are also exploring future collaboration in digital health initiatives as Apple continues its push into the health field. [via MacRumors]

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