One thing you can do, assuming you're not worried about losing the data on your Apple Watch, is to erase all content and settings on the watch itself. However, if you have no access to a backup, then you'll be setting the watch up from scratch as a new watch.
If you want to proceed, the process is as follows:
Launch the Settings app on your Apple Watch
The apple watch app on your iPhone will not let you remove itself unless you unpair the watch first.
So technically, no. As it is essential for the operation of the watch. What I did was just make a folder named 'Apple' and dump all Apple apps that I don't use often but somewhat essential for some things into that folder, like Weather, etc.
The option is hidden behind a long/hard press - so not easily discoverable:
Tap on the Activity app from your Apple Watch's Home screen.
Swipe left until you see the Move ring.
Press firmly on the screen.
Tap on Change Move Goal.
Adjust your move goal to whatever you'd like and tap Update.
Source: How to set a calorie goal with Activity for Apple Watch
Looks like there is a way to erase a locked Apple Watch.
Hold down the side button to see the options to power off the watch.
Select 'Erase all content and settings'
I discovered you can force touch on the power off screen from this site:
Official link - ...
As much as I understand your frustration, Apple mentions the limits in the small print at the bottom of https://www.apple.com/watch/:
Blood Oxygen app measurements are not intended for medical use, including self-diagnosis or consultation with a doctor, and are only designed for general fitness and wellness purposes.
Active calories are a result of your activity (running, swimming, etc.) only.
Total calories take into account how many calories your body consumes during that period of time (just to keep you alive) as well as the active calories.
Contacts.app in macOS 11 Big Sur (and the underlaying iCloud) now offers more differentiated date fields which address use cases like yours and more.
Open Contacts.app > Preferences > Template.
Add fields > Dates: Birthday or custom (depending on what's in your template already)
Locate the date section in the template.
Leave the ...
Simply put, active calories are those you burn while walking, climbing, jogging — whatever you do for exercise. Total calories include active calories and resting calories, which are those your body burns naturally, even when you're just lounging on the couch.
For instance, when I use a rowing machine at the gym, the meter attached to the rowing machine ...
I was not able to find the app bundle IDs for the apps I mentioned in the question. Without the app bundle IDs you cannot add the apps to the whitelist. My solution to this issue was to enable blacklist mode for apps instead. This caused the missing apps to appear. Not able to use app whitelist mode, but this was the next best thing.
Go to Watch< Apple Watch, then click Unpair Apple Watch. When you pair Apple Watch to the second device, all the data will be transferred.
You can also erase all content and settings on the watch and when it restarts it will have no apps or data and be ready to pair with another phone.
Looks like it probably isn't possible. In Apple Watch.app -> My Watch -> Activity there is a toggle that says:
When this is on, every Monday you'll get a brief recap of your Move
performance from the previous week, and you can adjust your Move goal
for the upcoming week
Which to me suggests there isn't a setting for changing the day you receive the ...