The findings of the study are interesting. In a lab environment, walking faster,iPhoneThe error will be less than 5%. This error is also acceptable for professional pedometers.
For those who walk slowly, iPhone will be less estimated up to 9.4% of the steps. In practice, with an average of 1,340 steps per day, the iPhone lacks 21.5%. The university believes this is caused by two reasons, one is slow pace, one is walking around at home or work will not carry iPhone. For example, go to the bathroom or go to the water dispenser to receive water.
Fortunately, the findings of the study found that the conclusions drawn from the study are less than underestimated, and there are still "benefits" to health.
So this research tells us that if you want to make iPhone more accurate statistics of our steps, it is best to go faster.