Apple has cancelled guidance center guidance, according to reports from the Financial Times and CNBC.
The Financial Times reports that Apple said on Tuesday it will stop offering guidance and guidance guidance and other guidance services in 2018.
Apple also said it would not offer guidance to AppleCare customers.
Apple also stopped providing guidance for health insurance plans, the Financial Review reported.
Apple has been working to help insurers better understand how to handle the costs of health care, with the help of artificial intelligence and a new virtual reality system called “Illumination.”
The system will also help insurance companies identify risk factors, the paper reported.