Garmin Connect app does not display graphs or charts on iOS

Garmin Connect is a must-have tool for health and fitness enthusiasts. This tool helps you record, track and analyze your daily physical activity which is collected using your paired Garmin device.

It also provides great features to design your own workout routines, earn badges for reaching your goals, and even sync with other fitness apps like MyFitnessPal.

The Garmin Connect app does not display graphs or charts

But according to many reports, Garmin Connect users are experiencing an issue where graphs or charts for various physical activities are not displaying or missing on the iOS app (1,2,3,4).

To view these graphs, users must switch to the last tab of the activity. But when they do that, the tab is completely empty for them.

However, this issue is limited to indoor activities only, as many users can see graphs of all other outdoor activities as usual.

In fact, graphs of all activity for the past week are also missing.


There is a new garmin connect app bug where time series graphs are not showing for indoor rides, this affects all indoor rides (not just SMW ones). I guess it will be patched soon.

Garmin Connect has stopped showing graph data for my workouts and I can’t see it for the past week or two of cycling. I have a Garmin Forerunner 945 with Vector 3 pedals, so I would really like to be able to see the breakdown of training rides and sprints. Any ideas how to get this data displayed again?

The iOS version of the app seems to be the only one affected, as the graphs or charts can be accessed on the Android app and the Garmin Connect website.

Some believe that this problem started for them after the recent Garmin Connect iOS v4.58.0.24 update.

Recognized problem

Fortunately, a Garmin forum moderator acknowledged this issue and said they are working on a fix. However, there is no ETA.

Garmin Connect app

That said, we will be monitoring the situation and posting an update if and when there are further developments on this.

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