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How to edit a workout in Apple Fitness

Fitness

Sometimes Apple Watch prompts to record a workout automatically. While this feature can be helpful, if the user forgets to end the workout it leads to misleading data saved to the Fitness app. Other times a workout might be extended after recording has stopped, which leads to the question of how to manually edit a workout entry.

Don't look to the Fitness app for editing workout length. Workouts can only be viewed in the Fitness app. The only way to have control over workout data is through the Health app on iPhone.

How to automate Low Power Mode on iPhone

iPhone Low Power Mode

Automations can be used to invoke a wide variety of actions automatically on your iPhone. With Automations, iOS is programmed to react to certain conditions or data detected on your device. One example of a useful Automation conserves battery power after the remaining power level drops to a predetermined threshold.

How to download Spotify music to Apple Watch

Spotify Apple Watch

Spotify Premium subscribers can travel with their favorite music offline and away from their iPhones. The Apple Watch can download up to 100 songs per playlist for offline listening directly from the Apple Watch. AirPods or Bluetooth headphones can be connected directly to Apple Watch, taking the paired iPhone out of the loop completely.

Best cases for iPhone 14 / iPhone 14 Pro

Spigen Mag Armor

Protection for a brand new iPhone is essential. While some die-hard Apple design fans may risk life without a case, most opt for peace of mind. One bad drop can be game over for a glass screen. Apple Care+ offers accidental damage protection, however this still means the inconvenience and fees for a repair or replacement. Many of the best cases are capable of protecting the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max from impacts small and large.

Best Lightning to USB-C cables for iPhone

Best Lightning to USB-C cables for iPhone and iPad.

There are plenty of Lightning to USB-C cables currently available. When it comes to cables there isn't all that much to consider - you want the right length for your needs (which is probably longer than the meager 3 foot cable that ships with iPhones), a cable that is durable and not going to split and fray near the connection points, and a cable that is going to work with your hardware. To meet that last criterion, you want a cable that MFi certified, which means it is approved by Apple and will work with your iPhone or iPad.

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