You need an Apple Watch Series 3 or later to subscribe to Apple Fitness Plus, but you won't necessarily need it for the workouts.
Several devices work with Apple Fitness Plus, including iPhones, iPads, and Apple TVs - but the one device you always need is an Apple Watch.
You can sign up for Apple Fitness Plus through an iPhone, iPad, or Apple TV, but you need to have an Apple Watch Series 3 or later.
You can cancel your Apple Fitness Plus subscription any time on your iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple Watch, or Apple TV.
Apple is rolling out an audio series called “Time to Walk” on Apple Watch for Fitness Plus subscribers. Celebrities like Dolly Parton and Shawn Mendes discuss their lives, careers, and more in 25- to 40-minute episodes. The move comes as Apple takes on the fitness industry and its power players […]
To sign up for Apple One, you may need to update your iPhone, iPad, or Mac computer to the latest operating system. You can sign up for three different Apple One plans, each with a different bundle of subscriptions at varying price points. Visit Business Insider’s Tech Reference library for […]
Apple debuted its new subscription fitness program on Monday, which features workouts instructed by “the world’s best trainers” and set to Apple Music playlists for $US9.99 a month. Though some analysts speculated earlier this year that Apple may prove a worthy competitor to Peloton, experts told Business Insider that the […]
Apple Fitness Plus, the new “fitness experience” by Apple, will launch on December 14. The workouts – which include strength training, yoga, cycling, and more – will be available on iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV. Apple Fitness Plus is powered by the Apple Watch, where users can monitor metrics like […]
Peloton fell as much as 3% on Tuesday after Apple revealed its rival Fitness+ service will debut on December 14. The service allows iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV owners to access various exercise classes through their devices. Fitness+ will cost $US9.99 per month, undercutting Peloton’s cheapest $US12.99-per-month subscription. Peloton CEO […]
Apple launches its new Apple One subscription service on Friday, bundling together its premium services such as Apple News and Apple Music. You get different apps and varying iCloud storage space depending on which Apple One tier you pay for. The three Apple One subscription tiers range in price from […]
Apple unveiled a new fitness service called Apple Fitness Plus on Tuesday. The service, like Peloton, offers digital fitness classes led by charismatic trainers that can be viewed on your phone, iPad, or Apple TV. It’s unclear if Apple will be able to challenge Peloton’s appeal, considering Peloton has built […]
Apple hosted its annual hardware event on Tuesday, and it looked quite different from years past. Rather than a two-hour-long spectacle featuring product demos, musical performances, and – most importantly – a new iPhone, Apple hosted a concise, one-hour virtual event. But the lack of bells and whistles proved that […]
Apple announced Tuesday the Fitness Plus service, which will offer users a range of weekly workouts led by virtual trainers for $US9.99 a month or $US79.99 a year. The service will be powered by the Apple Watch and is launching in the US, the UK, Australia, Canada, Ireland, and New […]