If you’re like me, you have a dozen or more app updates that are sitting as the big red notifier button the App Store icon.It’s easy to slack off on installing app updates, but when a big software release is available it’s finally time to dust of the App Store and get those updates going.Therefore, after the release of i OS 9.3.1, numerous Apple users can't wait to upgrade their i OS devices to the new version for lots of new features.
If you're looking to move your health data from an old Apple Watch to a new one, you've got some choices to make.
When you're moving to a new new Apple Watch, one thing you need to keep an eye on is your health data.
You can see the full i OS 10 compatibility device list here.
It’s always a good idea to clean house and trash any long lingering ancient apps before installing a new i OS software release onto any i Phone or i Pad.
Uninstall apps that are old and stale that are hanging around on the device that aren’t getting any use.
If you haven’t used it in months and don’t think you need it, delete it, you can always re-download them again later if you change your mind.
Chances are good that it does, and if the i Phone is a 5 or newer, or the i Pad is an Air or Mini 2 or newer, it will be supported.
Only the newest model i Pod touch is supported, however.
These days, Health data is included in what is now an encrypted i Cloud backup so you can restore it to your i Phone from Apple's cloud service, but some people still have issues with those, or don't back up to i Cloud in the first place.