If you need to schedule an appointment for your Pfizers vaccination, you’ll have to do some extra legwork.
The company says it will be opening up the app to allow doctors to use it as a way to get appointments with their own patients.
To do this, you first need to register for the app, which is going to be free for Apple users.
After that, you can visit the Pfills website and click on the “Schedule” link to get the appointment, and that’s it.
You don’t need to make any further appointments to make the appointment.
Apple says the service is currently being rolled out in New York, Philadelphia, Boston, Dallas, and San Francisco.
The Pfils app is one of the first to make use of Apple’s new healthKit API, which will be released later this month.
The API lets health care providers manage their patient data and access all sorts of information from their apps, allowing them to track their patients’ blood pressure, cholesterol levels, cholesterol intake, etc. Pfists CEO Michael Luedtke recently stated that the company is working on plans to release more APIs, but Apple hasn’t given any details on what they may be.
Apple is also making available a number of third-party apps, which are currently available for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android.
There are also new third-parties available for iOS and Android, including Fitbit, Jawbone, and more.
It’s a sign that Apple is continuing to develop a platform for health care, even though it’s far from perfect.