The iOS 9 update coming to Apple's iPhone this fall will include a "HealthKit," which people can use to monitor their reproductive health.
The new features were recently announced by Apple at the Worldwide Developers Conference.
The reproductive health tracking includes a "Sexual Activity" section where users can type in details about a sexual encounter including the date, time and protection used (or not used), notes The Independent.
The sex info can be arranged in a graph or chart, and shared with other apps, but can also be kept private by users.
More features for iOS 9 include a more intelligent Siri (virtual assistant) and upgrades to the iPhone's performance.
According to the Daily Mail, iOS 9 also comes with a way for women to track their menstrual cycle, how much water a user drinks, UV exposure and time spent sitting.