Starting in October, customers can enjoy Apple Fitness+ on iPhones without an Apple Watch.
Words by Corina Tan
Following the Apple Fitness+ Launch recently, the award winning fitness and wellness service that has been designed to be welcoming to all, will be available for iPhone users to subscribe to and enjoy, even if they don’t have an Apple Watch.
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Additionally, for the first time ever, customers can now receive three free months of Fitness+ with the purchase of a new iPhone, iPad, or Apple TV. These much anticipated updates are available starting October 25th , 2022.
Other new highlights happening simultaneously are:
- Music by Taylor Swift will be available in the service for the first time ever, beginning with a dedicated solo Artist Spotlight series featuring newly released songs from her album “Midnights” out October 21.
- The same day, Fitness+ introduces a new workout program, Yoga for Every Runner, featuring one of the world’s top ultramarathon athletes, Scott Jurek, and led by Fitness+ Yoga trainer Jessica Skye.
- Time to Walk will also add new guests, including Emmy-winning actor Hannah Waddingham; globally renowned singer-songwriter Meghan Trainor; and former astronaut and colonel Eileen M. Collins.
- Fitness+ will also introduce three new Collections: Totally ’80s Cycling, Best Mindful Cooldowns for Athletes, and 14-Day HIIT and Strength Challenge.
These exciting new updates to Apple Fitness+ are service enhancements in line with having something for everyone, and ‘always having something new just for you.’
Staying motivated through your exercise and wellness routine will be easy when there’s always something fresh available. Whether your choice of workout is high intensity or zen, you can choose to do so where and when you want, with or without equipment. Apple Fitness+ makes it easy to turn any space into a state-of-the-art studio for all your workout needs, from beginner to advance.
Apple Fitness+ is available as a subscription service for RM19.90 per month or RM119.90 per year in Malaysia, and can be shared with up to five other family members.
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