It is now a habit on the side of Apple. The Cupertino company has a habit of regularly offering new activity challenges to owners of its connected watch. On March 8, on the occasion of International Women’s Rights Day, a new challenge will therefore be launched.
Each user will only have to launch a workout lasting 20 minutes and voila. As always, they will earn some special stickers and badges that they can use from the iMessage and FaceTime apps.
A challenge accessible via Fitness+
In a press release, the Cupertino company made a point of specifying:
March 8 is a day to celebrate women around the world! Earn this prize by doing any workout for 20 minutes or more.
Note that this challenge is achievable from the new service of the apple brand Fitness+. It should be remembered that it has been available in France since last November at the price of €9.99 per month.
It is also possible to access it by switching to the Apple One bundled subscription which costs €28.95 per month. For this price, you will have Apple Music, Apple tv+, Apple Arcade, iCloud+ and Fitness+. We have just put together a tutorial on how to subscribe to Apple One.
Note that Apple has made a habit of offering challenges to users of its connected watch. We remember, for example, his initiatives on the occasion of World Environment Day, or even a challenge dedicated to Yoga in 2020. The objective was then to encourage people forced to stay at home because of of the pandemic, to continue to practice physical activity.