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Apple Shares Helpful Tips for Fitness+

| 5 days ago


Earlier this week, we shared an article about Apple sharing helpful tips for the new AirPods Max that were made available to order just yesterday!

Today, we're bringing you another guide full of helpful tips from Apple but this time it's about the latest subscription service, Apple Fitness+.

Apple Fitness+ launched this Monday, December 14.

All About Apple Fitness+

In a series of support documents or user-friendly support guides, Apple is helping users navigate their fitness journeys on Fitness+.

The support documents/guides include the All About Fitness+ document from which users can learn all there is to know about the service. The document details important information such as letting users know that when they subscribe to Apple Fitness+, they get access to a library of workouts which include Yoga, Strength, Cycling, Treadmill workouts and more.

The document also mentions that user metrics, like heart rate and calories burned, are shared from their Apple Watch to their iPhone, iPad, or Apple TV while they work out, and sync with their daily activity data when you finish a workout.

In addition, the document details that Apple Fitness+ requires Apple Watch Series 3 or later with watchOS 7.2 or later and one of the following Apple devices: iPhone 6s or later with iOS 14.3 or later, iPad with iPadOS 14.3 or later, or Apple TV with tvOS 14.3 or later.

The support document also notes that Apple Fitness+ isn’t available in all countries or regions.

Series of Support Documents to Help Fitness+ Users

In addition to the All About Fitness+ document, Apple has shared the following:

These documents are designed to help users orient themselves to the new fitness service.

Get Apple Fitness+ Today

Apple Fitness+ will be available starting today and requires iOS 14.3, watchOS 7.2, iPadOS 14.3, and tvOS 14.3.

For Apple Watch users, Apple Fitness+ will automatically appear as a new tab in the Fitness app on iPhone; the Fitness app for iPad will be available to download from the App Store; and on Apple TV, the Fitness app will automatically appear once users upgrade to tvOS 14.3.

Other details to note include the following:

  • Fitness+ will be available as a subscription service for $9.99 per month or $79.99 per year.
  • Fitness+ can be shared among up to six family members for the same price, making it easy for other Apple Watch users in the household to enjoy the service.
  • Three months of Apple Fitness+ are included for customers who purchase Apple Watch Series 3 or later, and one month of Fitness+ is included for existing Apple Watch users.2
  • Apple Fitness+ is included in the Apple One Premier plan, which, where available, also gives customers access to Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, Apple News+, and 2TB of iCloud storage for $29.95 per month. They can be shared among up to six family members.
  • Follow the Fitness+ trainer team at

Products Covered

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Apple One
Release Date
Fall 2020


• All in one: Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade and more
• Individual Plan at $14.95/month
• Family Plan at $19.95/month
• Premier Plan at $29.95/month


Apple finally bundled your favorites, including Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, iCloud, Apple News+, and Apple Fitness+, all into one subscription plan, Apple One. Save money and get more Apple services with the ultimate Apple service bundle.

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