Workout for watchOS
How do you change what's displayed on your Apple Watch during a Workout? Easily, with the Watch for iPhone app!
A new feature in watchOS 8 will announce the progress of your workouts if you do them through the Workouts app on the Apple Watch.
Some people have noticed that their Apple Watch is no longer correctly tracking their GPS data during a workout.
With many of us changing the way we workout in 2020, it can sometimes be helpful to recalibrate your Apple Watch to make sure your pace is being recorded correctly.
The Apple Watch doesn’t track activity like every other fitness tracker. Here’s what you need to know.
How does Apple measure all of your activity? How do you get the most out of tracking your workouts? Here's everything you need to know.
Runners have even more data tracking options in watchOS 5. Now you can track your step speed! Here's how to add that to your Workout app.
The big features in watchOS 5 are pretty great, but this update is more about the little improvements than the keynote features — and boy, are there a lot of little improvements.
Keep the pace with more than just your favorite songs. Learn how fast to run to meet your goals!
If your Apple Watch doesn't seem to be properly tracking your steps or exercise, here's an easy way to calibrate it.
Even if Apple hasn’t done fitness testing for your sport yet, you can still categorize your workouts.
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