Paul lukes says: You need a heart rate monitor HRM to see that value. Christine says: This is where third-party applications can come in handy.
Just a couple ideas to test out your Apple Watch and iPhone. This is a bug fix update that clears up a few little bugs that slipped through including: Additionally, I also fixed a bunch of bugs with accessibility and the Apple Watch complication display. Much like other default apps, you can not delete the Health app from the iPhone, though you could choose to hide it either by stuffing it within a folder or using Restrictions to make the icon disappear from the home screen.
The flights measurement is very erratic. It draws incredible timeline that shows 2 weeks well detailed and synchronized.
I often walk around the four lakes in the city where I live. As several others have mentioned, Apple really needs to create the ability for the user to calibrate the step counter. Some of you may know that I am the creator and sole member of what I call the 6,000 steps a day challenge , a self-imposed goal of walking at least 6,000 steps per day. Has anyone figured out if you can calibrate steps?
January 8, 2015 at 10: For me if I want to walk a mile I look for a reading of about 1. Maria says: Jan says: I would like to easily see how many miles I have walked in the last week or month without having to add the days.
I have an iPhone 5c and thanks to this thread im aware my phones health app will not fully function due to the lack of a coprocessor. Its very frustrating.
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