Apple Fitness Plus Is Now Available With Its Latest Subscription Service

Apple Fitness Plus

Apple’s new product Apple Fitness Plus is officially released with its latest subscription service. Fitness Plus offers various workouts with professional guidance (just like one of the competitors, Peloton). It almost costs around $9.99 per month and $79.99 per year.

During the launch event, the company features the workouts under ten broad categories: High-Intensity Training (HIIT), strength, yoga, dance, core, cycling, treadmill (for walking and running both), rowing, and mindful cooldown.

To use Fitness Plus, you should have at least an Apple Watch Series 3 (or the latest version) with the update of OS 7.2 update paired up with the iPhone 6S (or new version) that works on iOS 14.3.

Moreover, if you intend to review your Fitness Plus videos on iPad or Apple TV, you should update both devices to iOS 14.3 or tvOS 14.3, respectively.

After updating your Apple Watch and iPhone to the latest version; you can access Fitness Plus using a new tab in the Fitness application, which will be already installed on your phone. iPad users can go to the App Store and download the Fitness application and after updating your TV, you will see the pre-installed Fitness Plus.

Apple Fitness Plus – Rates & Offers

Existing Apple Watch users will get a one-month free trial on the Fitness Plus application. Those who want to buy an Apple Watch Series 3; or a new updated version will get three months of free service. You can share a single Fitness Plus subscription with your family and friends. However, at once, six users can enjoy the benefits of the Fitness Plus Subscription.

Besides this, you can even try the Premier Plan that includes Apple Music, Apple TV Plus, Apple Arcade, Apple News Plus, and 2TB of iCloud storage at the cost of $29.95 per month.

By Vishal Negal

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