Apple has been getting a lot of flack lately over its decision to stop selling emergency contact lens prescriptions for emergency use.
That led some users to ask Apple whether it would still be available if the company didn’t have emergency contact eye care plans.
But the company has now said that it would stop selling the emergency lenses if the FDA requires that it do so.
That’s a huge win for users and a win for the public health.
Apple says that if it had to choose between making emergency contact-lens prescriptions and offering the emergency eye care plan, it would make the emergency plan.
Apple has always been a strong supporter of emergency eye health care.
Apple’s Emergency Eye Health Program is the first and only national emergency contact care program in the U.S. and covers a large portion of the United States.
The program covers emergency eye visits by trained and licensed physicians who have been approved by the FDA to do so under the National Ambulatory Medical Care Program, or NAMI.
Apple is also an advocate for providing emergency eye contact lenses for those who need them and those who can’t afford them.
Apple was also a leader in helping to establish a National Eye Institute in the United Kingdom that was responsible for creating a network of qualified emergency eye doctors in the country.