Apple launched Apple Watch OS 1.0.1 a few days back. The upgrade was targeted at enhancing the performance of lots of fitness-related functions, but in that proposal, a familiar yet unfortunate story has unfolded as reports begin dropping in that the Watch OS 1.0.1 update lugs a certain bug.
Obviously, the Apple Watch tape-records a user’s heart rate every ten minutes; however not a lot after the Watch OS 1.0.1 upgrade was pressed out, as disclosed by users on the Apple Support Neighborhoods.
Going to Health Data– in the Health app – – on the iPhone connected to your Apple Watch, users who have actually upgraded to the most current firmware will certainly discover huge interval spaces in the recorded Heart Ratedata varying from 1 to 2 hours, with no uniformity whatsoever.
For some users the performance has entirely stopped from working in the background, with reports can be found in that unless the feature is activated manually from Look, the Apple Watch will simply kick back and unwind. However, continuous heart rate monitoring appears to be working generally throughout a Workout regular, so it’s not totally broken at least.
You can check the readings your Apple Watch is feeding your iPhone by opening the Health app. Now navigate to Health Data > Vitals > Heart Rate > Show All Data. Be sure to confirm that your smartwatch is running the latest firmware by launching the Apple Watch app, and navigating to General > About.
About. On the other hand, if the bug is set aside for now, the update has in fact enhanced upon the existing Watch OS setup, however as has been Apple’s story for a long time now, a bug has sneaked in which Apple is yet to respond to.
We’re particular that Apple will certainly push out an upgrade in due course to correct this concern, and when it does, we’ll absolutely know our readers about it.
(Source: Apple Support Communities)