With watchOS 10.2 beta (and public beta) now out there, Apple is including the flexibility for Siri to learn and log on-device Well being requests. This function was first introduced throughout the Apple Watch Collection 9 and Apple Watch Extremely 2 announcement and can make its means with watchOS 10.2 as soon as it’s out there later this yr.
This transformation not solely makes requests sooner however extra non-public and safe to customers, as Siri can be utilized to entry the Well being app for well being and fitness-related queries on-device.
There are over 20 well being information varieties which might be supported by way of Siri that will help you entry and log well being information rapidly and simply. Customers can strive the next queries with watchOS 10.2:
- Siri, how does my Transfer ring look at present?
- Siri, did I shut my Train Ring?
- Siri, what’s my step depend?
- Siri, how far have I walked this week?
- Siri, what number of wheelchair pushes have I carried out?
- Siri, what number of flights of stairs have I climbed?
- Siri, how far did I bike yesterday?
- Siri, what’s my coronary heart fee?
- Siri, what’s my common strolling coronary heart fee?
- Siri, what’s my blood oxygen?
- Siri, how a lot did I sleep final evening?
- Siri, how a lot have I slept this week?
- Siri, what was my respiratory fee final evening?
- Siri, what’s my blood glucose stage?
- Siri, what was my blood strain yesterday?
Log solutions on watchOS 10.2:
- Siri, I took my 9 AM medicines.
- Siri, log that I took my multivitamin.
- Siri, I weigh 183 kilos.
- Siri, my interval began at present.
- Siri, log that I’ve recognizing at present.
- Siri, my blood sugar is 119.
- Siri, document my blood strain as 118 over 76.
- Siri, log my physique temperature as 98.3 levels.
On the Apple Watch with watchOS 10.2, Siri can reply questions on information from the final week or so, as that’s what is saved on the gadget. That mentioned, you possibly can ask for data over longer time durations on iPhone and iPad operating iOS 17.2 or iPadOS 17.2.