Apple is reportedly engaged in conversations with health insurance provider Aetna to bring the Apple Watch to its 23 million insurance customers. The device would be made available, either for free or at least at a discount, as a perk of subscribing to Aetna service.
Meetings discussing the deal were reportedly held last week in California, with Apple's Myoung Cha, who oversees special health-related projects for the company, in attendance. At this time, it's unknown how close the two companies may be to a deal, or if this will even happen at all.
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