Here's the issue. I'v been using the Health app for a while to track the amount of steps, flights climbed and total distance I've gone by simply relying on the accelerometer and barometer. Yesterday I used my bike and noticed a pretty unusual spike (regularly open the health app to check progress) and noticed 19 flights climbed and 5000 steps from simply cycling 10 min. I'm guessing this is a mistake made by the iPhone/Health app not being able to differentiate cycling and walking, which I thought it could. Has anyone else encountered this issue? Tracking steps has usually been fairly accurate, but it seems that the iPhone/Health app can't recognise the difference between cycling and regular walking/running. I remember Phil Schiller mentioning that the iPhone 6 would have the ability to distinguish between the two, but it doesn't seem like it, unless my phone is broken. http://www.theverge.com/2014/9/9/61...p-can-tell-the-difference-between-cycling-and "Apple senior VP Phil Schiller today announced that both the new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus will sport a new M8 motion processor with barometer included. The processor is designed with fitness in mind, as Schiller boasted it can tell when you're either running or cycling."