Last week, Apple released iOS 17.2 and watchOS 10.2 Beta 3, which has become a hot topic with new features that allow Siri to access health apps and more.
Siri can now access health data on iOS17.2 and watchOS10.2
Macworld reports that with iOS 17.2 and watchOS 10.2 Beta 3, Siri can now access health data on iPhone and Apple Watch.
Specifically, they added the ability to use Siri to access data from health and fitness apps on iPhone and Apple Watch, and record logs in the health app.
To access health and fitness apps with Siri, you need an iPhone running iOS 17.2 Beta 3 or later, or an Apple Watch Series 9 or Apple Watch Ultra 2 running watchOS 10.2 Beta 3 or later. That’s it.
To access health and fitness apps with Siri, you must allow Siri to access your health data in the Settings app.
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