Apple could develop a fitness ring that gathers vital health data, as well as smart (but not AR) glasses and AirPods equipped with cameras and more sensors.
Peloton has removed integration with Apple’s GymKit feature in favor of its own fitness tracking system, dubbed Peloton One-Tap.
The next fitness challenge for Apple Watch owners around the world to celebrate Heart Month has been scheduled for Valentine’s Day, February 14.
Health accessory maker Withings, well-known for their HealthKit-compatible smart scales and vital-tracking devices, is taking advantage of CES to showcase their latest step forward in helping people manage their health.
Siri can now answer questions about your health and fitness data, like how many hours you’ve slept the previous night, as well as log new entries on your behalf.
Withings, a brand renowned for their quality HealthKit-compatible home health monitoring accessories, just this week launched a new smart scale product called the Body Pro 2 that helps patients monitor and manage chronic illness conditions, with a specific emphasis being put on diabetes complications.
In this guide, we'll walk you through the process of recording your current emotions and daily moods using your iPhone and Apple Watch. This enables you to monitor your mental well-being and even complete mental health assessments to gauge your susceptibility to depression or anxiety.
The next Apple Watch could expand health tracking with the ability to detect blood pressure and sleep apnea, starting with 2024 models.
Withings, a company known for their high-end Apple Health-compatible accessories for keeping track of your body’s health and well-being on Tuesday launched a new product called the Body Scan.
The next Apple Watch fitness challenge has been scheduled for Saturday, August 26, letting you earn unique animated stickers for iMessage and FaceTime.
The watchOS 9.6.1 release notes mention fixing a bug preventing Apple Watch apps from tracking symptoms that are indicative of Parkinson’s disease.
Learn how to set a lower limit as the maximum headphone sound level on your iPhone or iPad to protect your hearing and keep your ears safe.