How to move health data to your iPhone or Apple Watch

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Apple is making things much easier for iPhone and iPad owners. The Cupertino company has been working hard to improve its own mobile operating system for years. Apple iOS now allows users to do a lot more things. One such thing lies in the ability to move health data to your new iPhone or Apple Watch.

In this guide, we will go through the steps to move health data to your new iPhone or Apple Watch. Before we begin, make sure you now have a modern version of iOS. You can check for updates by heading to Settings > General > Software Update.

How to move health data to your iPhone or Apple Watch

  1. How to sync health data with iCloud in iOS 11

iOS 11 includes the ability to sync health data with iCloud. This makes sure your health data stays up-to-date and is accessible across all devices. The process is simple and we will show you how below.

Step one: Launch the Settings app from your home screen and then tap on Apple ID at the top of the screen

Step two: Once you are in, hit iCloud and then turn off the switch for Health

From now on, your health data will backed up to the iCloud and available on all of your Apple devices.

  1. How to back up health data with encrypted iTunes backup

Step one: First off, connect your iPhone to your Mac or Windows PC using USB cable and then open iTunes (make sure you now have the latest version of iTunes on your computer)

Step two: Once you are in, click on the device at the top left and then click Summary from the left-side bar

Step three: Make sure you check the box next to Encrypt iPhone backup and then enter your password

Step four: Now just simply hit the Back Up Now to complete the task.

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