A few days after seeding the watchOS 10.2 beta 3, Apple is now releasing watchOS 10.2 beta 4 to developers as the testing cycle continues. Although we still don’t know much about changes with the Apple Watch operating system, Cupertino is finally adding one of the promised features exclusive to Apple Watch Series 9 and Apple Watch Ultra 2 users.
With watchOS 10.2 beta 2, users can ask Siri to read and long on-device Health requests. This change not only makes requests faster but more private and secure to users, as Siri can be used to access the Health app for health and fitness-related queries on-device.
There are over 20 health data types that are supported through Siri to help you access and log health data quickly and easily.