Apple Watch User Guide
- What’s new
- Apps on Apple Watch
- Open apps
- Organize apps
- Get more apps
- Tell time
- Status icons
- Control Center
- Use Focus
- Adjust brightness, text size, sounds, and haptics
- See and respond to notifications
- Change notification settings
- Manage your Apple ID
- Use shortcuts
- Set up Handwashing
- Connect Apple Watch to a Wi-Fi network
- Connect to Bluetooth headphones or speakers
- Hand off tasks from Apple Watch
- Unlock your Mac with Apple Watch
- Unlock your iPhone with Apple Watch
- Use Apple Watch without its paired iPhone
- Use your Apple Watch with a cellular network
- Blood Oxygen
- Camera Remote
- Now Playing
- Voice Memos
- About Wallet
- Apple Pay
- Set up Apple Pay
- Make purchases
- Send, receive, and request money with Apple Watch (U.S. only)
- Manage Apple Cash (U.S. only)
- Use Wallet for passes
- Use rewards cards
- Pay with Apple Watch on Mac
- Ride transit
- Use your driver’s license or state ID
- Use digital keys
- Use COVID-19 vaccination cards
- World Clock
- Set up Apple Watch using VoiceOver
- Apple Watch basics with VoiceOver
- Apple Watch Mirroring
- Control nearby devices
- Use a braille display
- Use a Bluetooth keyboard
- Tell time with haptic feedback
- Adjust text size and other visual settings
- Adjust motor skills settings
- Set up and use RTT
- Accessibility audio settings
- Use accessibility features with Siri
- The Accessibility Shortcut
End and review your workout on Apple Watch
End the workout on Apple Watch
When you reach your goal, you hear a tone and feel a vibration. If you’re feeling good and want to continue, go ahead—your Apple Watch continues to collect data until you tell it to stop. When you’re ready to end your workout:
Swipe right, then tap End.
Turn the Digital Crown to scroll through the results summary, then tap Done at the bottom.
Tip: The heart rate sensor stays active for three minutes after you end a workout to measure your heart rate recovery. After completing a workout, you can tap the heart icon on your workout summary to view your recovery in real time.
Review your workout history
Open the Fitness app on your iPhone.
Tap Summary, then tap a workout.
The summary includes workout details, splits, heart rate, and route. You can see more detail about each by tapping Show More next to each item.
To see the route you must turn on route tracking. You can turn on route tracking when you set up your Apple Watch, or at any time later:
On your Apple Watch: Open the Settings app , go to Privacy > Locations Services, tap Apple Watch Workout, then tap While Using the App.
On your iPhone: Go to Settings > Privacy > Location Services, tap Apple Watch Workout, then tap While Using the App.
Tip: To see a particular type of workout—Walking or Swimming, for example—tap Show More next to Workouts, tap All Workouts, then tap a workout type. To return to all workouts, tap the workout name in the top-right corner, then tap All Workouts in the list that appears.