Apple today unveiled “Apple Fitness +,” a new service for Apple Watch designed to help keep you fit. The service provides workouts from the best trainers in the world, which we can browse through on iPhone, iPad or Apple TV.
Apple today announced a new fitness service, intended to compete with the likes of Peloton.
Apple Fitness + will integrate with the Apple Watch and the Fitness app on the iPhone. Fitness + costs € 9.99 per month or € 79.99 per year.
Users can watch Apple-hosted fitness classes, with health training metrics shown at the top of the screen. The data is automatically saved in the Health app.
Apple Fitness + will include workout classes that span many categories, including cardio and yoga. Users can stream training lessons at home or on the go.
Apple will add new workouts on a weekly basis, with a variety of “world-class” instructors. The lessons will be accompanied by appropriate music and users will be able to save their playlists to Apple Music.
Apple Fitness + will be inside the Fitness app on iPhone, running iOS 14. We can also access workouts on Apple Watch, and Apple is also launching a Fitness app for Apple TV.
Fitness + will debut later this year. The company will include 3 free months of Apple Fitness + with the purchase of a new Apple Watch.