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Apple brings new features and makes Fitness+ available to all iPhone users

Apple brings new features and makes Fitness+ available to all iPhone users
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Although it has been around for a while, Apple’s Fitness+ subscription programme was previously only accessible to those who have an Apple Watch. The business announced today that starting in the fall, all iPhone users will be able to access its service. It will debut in 21 nations at first, with further ones to follow.

Along with the excellent news, Apple will premiere Time to Walk’s fourth season on September 12th. Regina Hall, Nicky Jam, a Latin Grammy winner, and Leslie Jordan, an Emmy Award-winning performer, will accompany you on your walks.

On the other hand, Time to Run is beginning its second season in places including Queenstown, New Zealand, Mexico City, and Yellowstone National Park. Mary J. Blige, The Rolling Stones, and The Weeknd are among the artists included in the Artist Spotlight series featuring exercises.

Regarding the service’s accessibility, while you must have an iPhone to join up, you can use an iPad or even an Apple TV to access all of Fitness+’s features and routines.

WatchOS 9 and iOS 16 bring a few new capabilities to Fitness+. For instance, the app will present prizes for reaching significant milestones, streaks, or personal records. The workout screen also gets more information in watchOS 9, along with assistance from the trainer while you’re working out. More crucially, you can stream your workout using an iPhone or iPad via AirPlay even if you don’t have an Apple TV.

Topics #Apple #Apple Watch #Fitness+ #iPhone users

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