The upcoming Apple Watch Series 8 should measure your body temperature via a new health sensor, provided Apple has managed to perfect software support for it.
Learn how to win Apple's International Dance Day fitness challenge on your Apple Watch to earn a time-limited award along with animated iMessage stickers.
Apple has launched new curated workouts and collections on Apple Fitness+.
Apple has set a new activity challenge for Apple Watch owners: On Earth Day, complete a 30-minute workout to win exclusive iMessage and FaceTime stickers.
An Apple Watch blood pressure sensor has hit development snags, prompting a delay in introducing the feature until 2024 at the earliest, says a reliable source.
A brand-new Time to Walk episode featuring activist Malala Yousafzai, with whom Apple previously partnered, has launched ahead of International Women’s Day.
Medical ID on iPhone and Apple Watch provides valuable information related to you and your health. Once you set up your Medical ID and enable it to show on the Lock Screen, anyone with physical access to the device can know about your health conditions and reach your emergency contacts.
This important tutorial will show you how to create your Medical ID on your iPhone and how you or anyone else can access it from the Lock Screen.
Google Fit on your iPhone can measure your heart rate using the rear camera. This brief tutorial will go over some pre-requisites, and will show you how to check your heart rate using this free app.
You might have noticed green lights shining from the back of your Apple Watch. If you're a new user, this flashing LED light might be terrifying, giving an impression that something is wrong with your Apple Watch.
But there is nothing to worry about. The rear green lights on your Apple Watch flash when it's measuring your heart rate or when you try to find it at night.
Here's more about the green flashing Apple Watch light and how to disable it if you do not like what it does.
If you feel like working out on Valentine's Day and completing a new Apple Watch activity challenge, you'll earn a virtual award in the Fitness app and animated stickers for bragging rights. so, do you feel like working out this Valentine's Day?
The next two Apple Watch activity challenges have been set for the month of February, enticing you to earn special badges and unlock achievements in the Fitness app.
Curated Apple Fitness+ workouts and meditations, a new Time to Run feature and other enhancements are launching on the service on Monday, January 10, 2022.