We’re going to take a closer look at the ultrasound picture albums that are coming out now.
In the coming weeks, Apple is releasing a series of ultrasound picture books that are intended to provide guidance to parents who want to have more details about the fetus before it is placed in the uterus.
The new books, which Apple calls “adhesive picture albums,” are designed to be easy to read and will come with instructions for how to read them.
The company has long been known for its ultrasound pictures, and in October the company announced that it was adding a new book to its catalog that is more detailed about the ultrasound process.
The company says the new picture book is aimed at parents who are “seeking clarity about the procedure and the procedure history.”
The new book is titled “Visible Image of the Placenta,” and it contains information about the process of creating the fetus, its placenta, and its developing organs.
The book is also full of images of the fetus that will help parents understand how they are preparing the fetus for delivery.
“The book will be easy for parents to read, so they can visualize the ultrasound image in their minds, making the process even easier for them to plan and plan for a baby’s delivery,” Apple said in a blog post on Thursday.
The firm said that it is also releasing “adherence booklet,” a booklet that is similar to the book but also contains detailed information about what is expected of a baby.
“We are excited to bring these new materials to the masses with our brand-new, customizable products, and we are excited that they will be made available to all,” Apple wrote.
Apple has been a bit of a thorn in the side of some parents who have been vocal about the need to understand the fetus as it is being delivered, and the ultrasound pictures have been criticized as having a “disproportionate” effect on how they feel about the pregnancy.
“I was deeply troubled to read that ultrasound pictures could be used as an excuse to make decisions that could harm a fetus,” wrote Dr. Amy Gaskin, the head of obstetrics at Mount Sinai Medical Center, in a New York Times op-ed in May.