Apple Watch restores ability to see time remaining in Peloton Class; adds segment display

Apple Watch users have recently had a key feature restored: the ability to see the remaining class time on their display when taking a Peloton class.

This option was previously available but disappeared approximately one month ago, leaving members with the ability to view only their heart rate on their Apple Watch. Now, it appears the ability to see that second time remaining screen has returned.

Heart rate view on Apple Watch during Peloton class.
Heart rate view on Apple Watch during Peloton class.

In addition, Peloton is also now utilizing the data in the class plans feature – which allows members to view a breakdown for each class such as warm up, workout, and cool down – for the Apple Watch display.

Apple Watch display showing progression through warm up of Peloton class.
Apple Watch display showing progression through warm up of Peloton class.

Members will now see a bar in the lower portion of their Apple Watch that will fill up as they work their way through that specific segment of the class.

Apple Watch display showing progression through cycling segment of Peloton class.
Apple Watch display showing progression through cycling segment of Peloton class.

Peloton has been rolling out Apple Watch functionality with their devices throughout the course of this year. Members were able to use their Apple Watch as a heart rate monitor for the first time in March 2022 on Bike, Bike+, and Tread devices. Peloton has also indicated that they plan to add Apple Watch functionality to the Guide – their first-ever strength connected device – later this year. Just last week Apple Watch functionality made its way to Lanebreak, Peloton’s video game-like ride format.


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Katie Weicher
Katie Weicher is a writer for Pelo Buddy. She purchased her Peloton Bike in 2016 and has been riding, strength training, and yoga flowing ever since. You can find her on the leaderboard at #kweich.

3 Comments

  • Jeremy says:

    I assume this will not tell you which zone to be in if you are doing a Power Zone class.

  • Sylvia Paola Mendoza Elguea says:

    I saw it return a couple days ago and this morning it was gone again. I did an indoor run outside and I could see the miles had added, but didn’t show up on my summary and didn’t count towards the challenge…

  • Dan says:

    Apple Watch functionality was added to the Guide around 5pm eastern at 6/28/2022.

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