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Apple bans fraudulent fitness apps – and more stories of the week

Welcome to And Finally, your round up of the biggest stories of the week you might have missed – with a healthy dose of speculation and rumour thrown in as well.

We’ve ended up being a little Apple heavy this week – with a bevy of stories coming out of Cupertino, both positive and negative.

Fitness Balance and Calories Tracker charged upwards of $100 after duping people into using their thumbprint to take a BMI test.

This comes hot on the heels of the service rolling out in a host of countries last month, including Belgium and Kazakstan and Germany is set to get Apple Pay before the end of 2018.

Apple’s long-awaited ECG feature dropped in the US this week, courtesy of an over-the-air update.

It has fairly standard fitness tracking features, but will additionally monitor meditation and menstrual cycles to offer a more comprehensive overview of your overall wellbeing.

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