1. Can I ask Siri to check my blood sugar levels?

    • No, Siri cannot check blood sugar levels directly on the Apple Watch.
  2. How can I track my weight using Siri and my Apple Watch?

    • Ask Siri, “Log my weight as [insert weight].”
  3. Can I use Siri to record my sleep habits?

    • Yes, ask Siri, “Log my sleep as [insert duration].”
  4. How do I check my Activity Ring progress with Siri?

    • Ask Siri, “What’s my Activity Ring progress?”
  5. Can Siri help me find third-party health devices connected to my Health app?

    • Yes, Siri can answer questions about third-party devices monitoring glucose and blood pressure.
  6. Why is Siri support for health requests exclusive to Series 9 and Ultra 2 watches?

    • These watches have the S9 chip, which allows for local processing of Siri requests.
  7. What privacy measures does Apple implement for health-related Siri queries?

    • Data minimization, on-device processing, transparency, control, and security.
  8. How can I ask Siri to remind me to take my medications?

    • Ask Siri, “Log my medication as [insert medication name].”
  9. Can I use Siri to track my respiratory rate?

    • Yes, ask Siri, “What was my respiratory rate last night?”
  10. Why has Siri fallen behind competitors like Alexa and Google Assistant?

    • Apple has not disclosed specific reasons.
  11. Is Siri capable of answering questions about past health data?

    • Yes, Siri can provide information based on data collected within the past week.
  12. What is the maximum number of health data types Siri can answer for?

    • 20 different health data types.


Apple’s latest software update for the Apple Watch Series 9 and Ultra 2 introduces Siri support for health-related queries. Users can now ask Siri to access various health data points from their watches, eliminating the need to navigate the Health app manually.

This integration aims to enhance the Apple Watch’s functionality as a health tracker, making it easier for users to track and log important health metrics. The update includes the ability to ask Siri for information on Activity Rings progress, step count, respiratory rate, sleep duration, and more. Users can also record their weight, medication intake, and period start dates.

Apple has prioritized privacy protection by ensuring that Siri requests are processed locally on the watch, minimizing the risks associated with data transmission. The company’s commitment to data security aligns with its long-standing principles of data minimization, on-device processing, transparency, control, and security.

The addition of Siri health support marks a step towards a more sophisticated health assistant for Apple Watch users. Apple remains dedicated to improving Siri’s capabilities, exploring the incorporation of various health metric types in the future.

By empowering users to conveniently access their health data through voice commands, Apple aims to make health tracking more accessible and intuitive, ultimately supporting users in better managing their health and well-being.

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