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Apple allows you to sync your health data to iCloud in iOS 11 or later. iCloud sync keeps your health data up-to-date and backed up across devices.

iCloud syncs various health data like heart rate information, sleep tracking, step counts, elevation. It will also sync sources and connected devices along with Medical ID, Activity Rings, Workouts, Stand Hours, Activity achievements, etc. The most significant advantage of this feature is that you can move your health and activity data without needing to restore a device from backup.

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How to Sync Health Data to iCloud in iOS 11 on iPhone and iPad

How to Sync Health Data with iCloud in iOS 11 on iPhone and iPad

Your Health data is safeguarded by top level encryption and fully secure.

Step #1. Launch Settings app on your iPhone.

Open Settings App on iPhone or iPad

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Step #2. Next, tap on the Apple ID banner.

Tap on Profile on iPhone or iPad Settings

Step #3. Now, you need to tap on iCloud.

Tap on iCloud in iPhone Settings

Step #4. Finally, turn on the switch that's right next to Health.

Sync Health Data to iCloud in iOS 11 on iPhone and iPad

Going forward, your health data will be backed to the iCloud and readily available on your compatible devices.

How to Disable iCloud Sync for Health on iPhone

At any time you wish to turn off the iCloud sync for the health, you can get it done with ease.

Step #1. Open Settings app on your iPhone → Apple ID banner → iCloud.

Tap on iCloud in iPhone Settings

Step #2. Now, turn off Health switch.

Disable iCloud Sync for Health in iOS 11 on iPhone

That's done!

Wrap up:

So, finally, you have got the option to auto sync your health data to iCloud. It's a much-needed feature for the folks who wish to easily manage their health data and often have to move from one device to the other. Let me know what you think of it in the comments below.

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