One might think that just because the iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Max are offering so many cool ways to spend your time with, it will keep you from exercising. But that’s not the case and the living proof that your iPhone is actually supporting you to be healthier is the… Health App.
That’s the app you should be using if you are trying to make a habit of walking, running or climbing stairs on a regular basis. Forget downloading a Pedometer on iPhone Xs or iPhone Xs Max, your iPhone already has what it takes. And we are going to show you what settings you have to work on in order to activate the monitoring of all these different activities.
Once you do that, suffices to carry the iPhone with you and it will be able to tell what kind of effort you’re doing and keep a record of it. Are you ready to learn more on how to track steps on iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Max?
The simple steps to track steps number on iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Max:
- Unlock the device;
- Launch the previously suggested Health app;
- Scroll down to the bottom of the screen to access the tab labeled as Health Data;
- In there, tap the Fitness option;
- You’ll see the activities of: Walking, Running Distance, Steps and even Flights Climbed listed in there;
- You will have to tap on each of the activities that you want to start monitoring and also on their Show on Dashboard option.
By taking these steps, you’ve enabled your iPhone Xs or iPhone Xs Max to actively monitor your activity. And to see the stats and your progress suffices to access the Health app and stop by the main dashboard. You’ll see your numbers listed in there: how many steps you’ve walked, how many stairs you’ve climbed, and so on, obviously, with more general stats for the entire week or even month.