- $ 14.95 / month
- Includes iCloud (50 GB), Apple Music, Apple TV + and Apple Arcade
- $ 19.95 / month
- Includes iCloud (200 GB), Apple Music, Apple TV + and Apple Arcade
- $ 29.95 / month
- Includes iCloud (2TB), Apple Music, Apple TV, Apple Arcade, Apple News and Apple Fitness
Apple’s new Fitness + service offers “world-class workouts from the world’s best trainers”.
It’s slated to hit the market in late 2020, offers new workouts every week, and is powered by the Apple Watch.
Those who sign up for $ 9.99 / month or $ 79.99 / year can participate in 10 types of workouts – yoga, biking, dance, treadmill walk, treadmill run, strength, core, HIIT, rowing, and mindful cooldowns.
Subscribers only have to start the Fitness + app on their iPhone, iPad or Apple TV and are greeted with loads of workouts everywhere. It “dynamically integrates your personal metrics from Apple Watch along with the best of Apple Music to inspire like no other workout in the world.”
All key metrics, like the heart rate an activity rings, are animated and displayed on the screen to “celebrate your efforts”. In addition, for some competitions, a new burning bar will appear to show how you measure yourself against others doing the same workout.
Current Apple Watch owners get a 1 month free trial, while new Apple Watch owners get a 3 month trial. An Apple Fitness + subscription can also be shared with up to 5 family members.
Apple also unveiled the new iPad Air, the Apple Watch Series 6, a new 8th generation iPad, and announced that iOS 14 will be released tomorrow, September 16.
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