I use xDrip on my iPhone, but it’s not anywhere near the sophistication of the xDrip+ app on Android. And I think it’s a large part of what’s so finicky and frustrating about using the MiaoMiao. I have an older iPhone, so no ability to scan with my phone until I upgrade. One concern I’d have with xDrip (on iPhone, no online connection( is how to get my readings in a format my doctor can look at. Since the in-range charts generated by my Libre will be useless. I’m aware of Spike, but just need to find the time to look into how to set all that up, since it’s pretty complicated.
Last night I woke up at 2.8, where it showed me flatlined all night. When I tested I was 4.0, which is an okay reading for me. This morning Libre showed 5.0, meter showed 6.4. And yet twice yesterday I tested and the result was dead on with the Libre, once at 6.5 and once at 14.5. So I’m not sure how to tell when it’s off versus not. The off readings definitely aren’t just at night, as demonstrated by the photos in the above posts that were taken at mid-morning.