By John StaufferPosted October 15, 2017 12:58PM A couple of weeks ago, we reported that Apple was launching a Mac and iPhone app to manage the health and safety of devices running OS X. A couple weeks later, the app is now available, though the interface is still pretty limited.
While we’ve seen a few new health and health security features introduced to the OS X Health app, it looks like the Health app itself is still a work in progress.
In the latest version of the app, the Mac version still relies on a system-wide login.
If you’re trying to access your health data from iOS devices, this login may not work correctly.
The Health app doesn’t offer any ways to remotely manage your health.
You’ll need to sign into your device through the Settings app on your Mac.
When you sign in, the Health App displays your health information, and you can then access your information remotely.
If the Health information is accurate, it displays a message telling you that you can view and update it.
But you’ll need Apple’s Health app on iOS to get access to your health, and it doesn’t look like it’s getting any new features.
We found the Health and Security section to be a bit confusing and frustrating.
For example, you can’t see the details for any of the devices that have health information.
You also can’t easily see the devices with the Health data you’re using, which might be useful for a health care professional to review or troubleshoot.
The section for devices with health data is also missing a lot of information, which could be useful if you’re not sure what your devices are reporting.
Health data is only stored on one device at a time.
This means that you’ll have to keep track of how many devices you have connected to your Mac or iOS device.
For now, the only way to check the health status of any iOS device is to sign in to your device.
You can’t do this from a website, either.
We’ve asked Apple for more details about how to sign up for the app.
We’re still waiting to hear back, so we’ll keep you posted.
We also asked Apple to confirm the accuracy of Health and Health Security, but the company has yet to respond.
While the Health Information section is not a full replacement for a full-featured website, the information can be useful.
We’ll be keeping an eye out for new features in the Health, Security, and Privacy sections.