Siri can now help users access and log their Health app data – Apple

watchOS 10.2, iOS 17.2, and iPadOS 17.2 are available today, allowing Apple Watch Series 9 and Apple Watch Ultra 2, iPhone, and iPad1 users to conveniently access and log their Health app data using Siri. 

With the all-new S9 SiP, Apple’s most powerful watch chip yet, Apple Watch Series 9 and Apple Watch Ultra 2 can now process Siri requests on device. On-device processing — also available on iPhone and iPad — means users’ Health app data never leaves their device to complete a Siri request, helping protect user privacy.

Siri can answer requests related to over 20 Health app data types stored on Apple Watch, iPhone, and iPad. 

For example, users can now ask:

“Siri…”“How does my Move ring look today?”
“Did I close my Exercise ring?”
“What’s my step count?”
“How far have I walked this week?”
“How far did I bike yesterday?”
“What’s my heart rate?”
“What’s my blood oxygen?”
“How much did I sleep last night?”
“How much have I slept this week?”
“What’s my blood glucose level?”2
“What was my blood pressure yesterday?”2

Users can also ask Siri to log:

“Siri…”“I took my 8 a.m. medications.”3
“Log that I took my multivitamin.”3
“I weigh 167 pounds.”
“My period started today.”
“Log that I have spotting today.”
“My blood sugar is 122.”
“Record my blood pressure as 118 over 76.”
“Log my body temperature as 98.3 degrees.”

Read about more ways to access and log Health app data with Siri throughout the user guides for Apple Watch Series 9, Apple Watch Ultra 2, iPhone, and iPad.

Siri requests related to Health app data are now available in English (United States) and Mandarin Chinese (China mainland), with more languages to follow.

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