Apple Watch 2 doesn't track elevation, and other stuff fitness nerds will want to know

Earlier this week The Verge published a full review of the new Apple Watch Series 2 smartwatch, which has been positioned largely as a health and fitness tracker. I wrote about its improved water resistance, the addition of a built-in GPS antenna, and some of the fitness-focused changes in the software. Since then, though, a lot of readers have sent follow up questions about the new Watch, specifically around its health and fitness tracking. Lucky for you, I am still working out with the darn thing, and have either been able to test some of the functions you've asked about or have done some digging to come up with answers. For anyone who is considering this primarily as a workout watch, here's what you need to know.

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