Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) may soon unveil a journaling app for mental and physical health, but the company is reportedly pushing into health and wellness even further.

The company is working on a health coaching service powered by artificial intelligence and mood tracker, with the service – internally known as Quartz – designed to urge users to exercise, have better eating habits and improve sleep, Bloomberg reported.

The service would use artificial intelligence and data from a person’s Apple Watch to make suggestions, the news outlet added, citing people with knowledge of the project.

Cupertino, California-based Apple (AAPL) did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Seeking Alpha.

The health coaching service is slated to be released next year and is likely to come with a monthly fee, the news outlet reported.

It would be separate from the aforementioned journaling app, which is also likely to analyze a person’s behavior, understand what their typical day looks like and offer personalization features, including journaling suggestions. 

In addition, Apple (AAPL) is working on a iPad version of the iPhone health app, which could be a part of the new iPadOS, when it is announced at the company’s developer conference in June.

Apple (AAPL) is also working on adding tools to the health app to track emotions and better understand vision conditions.

Apple (AAPL) shares were down around 0.5% in late-day trading on Tuesday, outperforming the broader market.

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