Apple Health, the company’s health tracking service, has come under fire for claiming that users can “max out” their iPhone’s fitness data on the device, a claim that has been refuted by many users.

However, Apple has since removed the fitness data from the iOS app.

Apple Health, which was launched on Tuesday, allows users to view their current calorie and fat intake, the amount of calories they have left, and the amount they’ve eaten.

Apple also said that users could “max” their data by consuming more calories, while also consuming less, in order to achieve a healthier weight.

However, several studies have debunked this claim, and a recent study in the Journal of Health Psychology found that “maxing out” calories actually decreased people’s body fat.

Users could also choose to see how much time they spent in the gym, exercising, and sleep, with a summary of each stat displayed on the top of the screen.

Users also had the option to view a “calories in” graph, which showed how many calories they consumed on a daily basis.

The app also offered an option to log how many hours a day they spent doing something, with an “activity graph” displaying how much activity was being done.

Users were also able to view the percentage of time spent on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Pinterest, with the latter displaying the number of times users have shared an image or commented on an article.

Users would also be able to see what their health status was, and what the overall health was.

Users had also been able to set their own personal stats, and could choose to display “health goals,” which indicated how much weight they would like to lose.

Users can also create their own health profiles, which could include daily exercise goals, exercise goals for a specific period of time, and other health-related goals.

Users then had the ability to customize the health stats on their profile, and add more, such as their age, weight, height, or other measurements.

Apple has previously said that Apple Health is designed to help people track their health more accurately, as well as be a better way to track their fitness.

“Apple Health aims to help users track their daily health with a focus on health and fitness,” the company said in a statement.

“Users can choose to view information such as a daily activity graph or activity history to track a person’s activity levels, weight status, and fitness goals.

The new Apple Health app will also offer a simple ‘max out’ option for users to display the number and percentage of calories consumed on each activity activity level.”

Apple said that a recent analysis by a health science expert showed that the app’s claims were “not supported.”

“The ‘max’ feature does not actually give you any meaningful information,” a spokesperson for the company told Business Insider.

“It simply provides a tool that allows users a way to check their calorie and weight daily intake.”

Apple Health also included a section for users who were unable to set a goal, or could not manage their own weight.

Users have the option of changing their Apple Health profile to show a summary on the left side of the iPhone screen, or simply remove the “health status” section altogether, according to a recent Business Insider report.

Apple added that Apple will be working with health experts to create new ways to track health.

Apple will also be creating a dedicated Apple Health community for HealthKit, Apple said.

“We’re working to make sure the community is best in class, and we’ll have a community for users, doctors, health care providers, and others who are looking to improve their health,” a statement from Apple said at the time.

Apple previously said it will work with health care professionals to improve the accuracy of its HealthKit platform.

“We’ll be working closely with experts to improve our accuracy, and to provide real-time insights into how the app works and how it affects your health,” Apple said in January.

Apple said in February that it was also working on a HealthKit for Health app for iOS devices.