I.Con provides details on the speed of thrusts, total number of thrusts, frequency of "sessions," total duration of "sessions," average velocity of thrusts, girth measurement, average skin temperature, and they're beta-testing information about the number of positions used. That's just enough data to ensure i.Con will be getting plenty of old man shaking a fist at the sky gifs.
While many features aren't for everyone, there's another feature with the potential to be groundbreaking. I.Con will provide information about potential STI contraction during sex. The ring has "an antibodies 'filter'," which has to be changed monthly. When the filter detects "proteins or antigens" associated with the STIs it is capable of identifying, it sends an alert to the user's phone. That may be useful since a 2016 study revealed a surprising number of people are already checking their phone during sex.