Everything Apple Watch does for bicycles could be built for wheelchairs but it isn't


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Might want to correct your story….​

Apple Watch is equipped with fitness algorithms and sensors specifically designed to help wheelchair users more accurately track their activity. So, when the Wheelchair setting is turned on, your iPhone tracks pushes instead of steps, and will register different types of pushes, speeds, and terrains. You'll also see a Roll goal in the Activity app, instead of a Stand goal.

Apple added the above capabilities years ago. They thought it important enough that it was included in the keynote. It took me less than 10 seconds to find this.
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