You might think Covid vaccine patients should be able to get appointment scheduling help.
But the free online scheduling service doesn’t have much of a presence on the Apple iPhone, iPad or iPod touch apps.
So if you have an iPhone, Apple has created a service called Covid_Invite, which allows you to sign up for free Covids appointments on Apple’s website, AppleInsider reports.
It also lets you sign up to get an appointment by phone.
It’s available for people over the age of 50.
AppleInsider also reports that the free Covida appointment scheduling service is only available for the United States, the U.K. and Canada.
It is available in India, Australia and New Zealand.
Apple has not yet released details on how long it will take to get your free Covidal appointments.
In other words, the app is only for people who have an Apple device.
If you are looking to schedule appointments online, you can sign up here to get started.
Apple is not making it easy to schedule an appointment online.
You have to go through the Apple Care Center or call the Covid Vaccine and Infectious Disease Hotline (866-722-3660) to schedule a free Covide appointment.
The Covid Invite free service is available only in the U to U countries.
AppleInsiders has contacted AppleCare about this and is waiting to hear back.
AppleCare has no immediate plans to extend the Covide free service to other countries.
Apple and Covid have both released statements in the past suggesting that Covid vaccinations could be delayed by two weeks.