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How to move your Health data to a new iPhone

Thanks to a third-party app, you can now transfer most of your iPhone's health data to a new device — even if you don't have an encrypted backup. As Apple has focused more on health-tracking in iOS, we've gotten questions from numerous readers on how to safely move their health data from one device to the other. For most users, our advice has been to create and restore from an encrypted backup: This captures all your health data and safely moves it over to the new device.
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