Needless to say, this occasion’s specialities are all health-related. During this period, Apple Watch will receive a limited set of capabilities to urge users to get up and exercise, all in the name of a healthy body and mind.
For starters, on Valentine’s Day, if you complete the new Apple Health Month Activity Challenge, you’ll receive a personalized iMessage sticker as well as an exclusive gift. The task isn’t too difficult; to complete the Apple activity lap and earn these goodies, you’ll only need 30 minutes of exercise.
Additionally, Apple will feature a unique 30-minute training set on Apple Fitness+ during the month. The “Time to Walk” event, which premiered around the same time last year, is receiving a makeover with former Canadian mixed martial arts champion Georges St-Pierre.
You’ll need an Apple+ subscription to enjoy these features, which comes with a three-month free trial (after which you may continue for $9.99/month).
“At Apple, we firmly think that empowering individuals with information about their health may transform their happiness trajectory,” stated Apple CEO Jeff Williams.
Keeping your heart healthy necessitates a holistic approach, something we’ve emphasized from the first iteration of Apple Watch, when fitness applications were introduced alongside heart rate monitoring. People of all ages may now learn more about remaining healthy, achieving personal objectives, and having more fun in life by using our goods and services.”
Apple will also provide new unique collections on Apple Fitness+, the App Store, Apple TV, Apple Podcasts, and Apple Books, in addition to special Apple Watch capabilities.