Analysis of news in the new Apple OS: Fitness application in watchOS 7
It's been a whole month and a few days since we saw the introduction of the new operating systems at this year's first apple conference called WWDC20. Specifically, Apple introduced iOS and iPadOS 14, macOS 11 Big Sur, watchOS 7 and tvOS 14. Of course, we received the biggest news in iOS, iPadOS and macOS, in any case, it also improved other Apple systems at least a little. The first developer beta versions of these systems were available immediately after the conference, and another beta version is then gradually released by the California giant.
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In LsA magazine, in our mini series we bring you an analysis of all the news in the new OS from Apple. Given that several weeks have passed since the performance, we have, of course, already discussed the main functions. We can say that we are slowly approaching the end of this mini-series, because the remaining news, which we have not discussed yet, there is not much left. As part of watchOS 7, we discussed, for example, sleep, dials or hand washing. In this article, we will look together at the Fitness application. You may hear the name of this application for the first time, but as soon as we look at it, you will find that it is really very familiar to you.
Rename the application to Fitness
We will not "wait" unnecessarily. As part of the update, the California giant decided to rename the Activity application to Kondice. As you probably know, Apple Apple watches must be paired with an iPhone to work. The update was mainly for the iOS version of the application, not the version in watchOS – nevertheless, Apple ranks this novelty as a novelty in watchOS, probably due to the fact that without Apple Watch, you will simply not see the Aktivita, ie Kondice application. Apple has decided to simplify the Fitness application and make all important information available to the user on the home screen as soon as the application is opened.
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In the case of the Fitness application, the home screen is the Summary section. After opening the Fitness, you will automatically move to the Summary, where you will find all the necessary information about your activity and fitness. At the top of this section you will find the Activity category, which includes classic circles – movement, exercise and standing. Under this category you will then find Exercises, specifically the last three records. You can then view more records by clicking View More. Below you will also find Trends, which show you various interesting information about your condition – even in this case, you can click on Show more for more information. At the very end of the Summary home screen, you will then find the awards you have received and, if applicable, the ones you are close to. Here, too, just click Show Next to open a complete screen with all the awards.
Enter the gallery
If you move to the Sharing section in the bottom menu, you can see on the screen how you are doing the last days compared to the users with whom you share your daily goal and activity. In the upper right corner, you can then tap the stick figure icon and + to start sharing your activity with other users, such as friends or family. Below this icon, you'll find a Sort button to sort users by day based on a specific criterion. In addition, there will also be information about the competitions, if of course you have some active competitions.
Enter the gallery
Thus, only the Kondice application, formerly Aktivita, within iOS has been revitalized. Interestingly, the Apple Watch did not rename the application to Kondice. We'll see if Apple renames the app as part of one of the other updates – it would be weird if we had the Kondice app on the iPhone and the Activity app on the Apple Watch, when it's practically the same app. As for the changes to the application in Apple Watch, as I mentioned above, there have been no significant changes and everything is more or less the same. Apple has only added new types of exercises to the Exercises app, namely Dance, Functional Strength Training, Body Strengthening and Post-Workout Cooling. Apple may decide to make changes when renaming. But we probably can't expect anything extra, because you simply can't think of much on such a small display.
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