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- - - - - For Eden Prairie-based Starkey Hearing Technologies, developing for the Apple Watch is a no-brainer because a number of the company's hearing aids already interact closely with the iPhone.
Users of such hearing aids can fine-tune their audio using a Starkey app on the iPhone, and select noise-filter presets for different environments, such as cars and restaurants.
Now they will able to make a number of those adjustments and selections on the Apple Watch as well, said Dave Fabry, Starkey's vice president of audiology and professional relations.
Additional Apple Watch-related possibilities may exist, Fabry added, but the company won't know for sure how these will develop until it gets the the watch later this month.