After speaking with Tim Cook onstage at the March 9 “Spring Forward” media event, design Christy Turlington Burns has maintained an once a week blog on Apple’s main internet site with updates on her prep works for the London Endurance next month.
In this week’s post, Burns points out in passing that the Watch will not simply find out a user’s stride after a few workouts when combined with an iPhone, after a while the Watch will certainly have the ability to act separately in tracking fitness-related statistics without should be connected to an iPhone whatsoever (using MacObserver).
I switched up my runs between the treadmill at the resort health club and exterior. After you keep up Apple Watch and your iPhone a couple of times, the Exercise application understands a lot more about your stride. So you can run on a treadmill or outside without your phone and still obtain a really exact workout summary.
Apple’s presentation of the device, since its disclose last September, has been of a Watch in nearly constant demand of contact lense with an iPhone. Although Burns’ article only shows up to confirm the Watch’s fitness-focused applications can completely work sans iPhone, it’s still an intriguing item of information, particularly for users intending to use the wearable as a single exercise device.
Check out the rest of Burns’ article, and her earlier entrances, on Apple’s official web site.