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Discussion in 'Apple Watch' started by JonMan McFly, Aug 5, 2015.
Can anyone explain this? The ring isn't picking up anything.
...and you have restarted your iPhone and Watch?
Since when restarting is required to use Apple products? Since Steve's death?
He uses iOS9 beta - maybe that is why. And yes Steve maybe did not want a public beta.
@OP: iOS9 beta messes with your watch a lot so you should not be that worried about the health thingy for a while. I hope it gets better before iOS9 and watchOS2 are out. Maybe you should report bugs when you find them ;-)
Since a few years ago. Both iOS and OSX tend to get junked up over time and a reboot helps them clear their heads. Heck, the T-Mobile iPhone app (annoyingly) puts a little notification bubble on the app if you have not rebooted an iPhone within a week.
I had this but it was after I unpaired and paired my watch. All stand data was in Health and I had the bars but the circle would not complete again after pairing. So, the data was there but the graphic was not. I lost about 3 days worth of blue circles when I did it.
Reset did not/has not affected my rings so far.