Expectant mothers and fathers may wish to move to the front of the queue for a new Apple iPhone, after one publication spoke of the model's benefits during pregnancy.
An article by the Hindustran Times explains the revolutionary device boasts a number of apps that, while not helping the pain to disappear, will help future parents become more knowledgeable about their situation.
The first of these is iPregnancy, which helps couples track how long a woman has been pregnant and offers details on other aspects, such as body mass index, weight and the unborn baby.
Another option, specifically for males, is dad2be – a fun app that brings together scores of tips and tales about becoming a father, the newspaper notes.
Baby Names Wizard and Pimp My Ultrasound are other useful tools some people may wish to download.
The latest incarnation of the flagship Apple product is the iPhone 4, which was released in June.
Posted by Samantha Green