Each "Time to Walk" episode features "personal, life shaping moments" from these celebrities' lives and careers along with memories, lessons and "moments of levity". "I'm so excited to share that with those who take the time to walk with me".
"Since the very beginning of Fitness+, we have wanted it to be a service that is welcoming and inclusive...accommodating the novice and experienced exerciser", Jay Blahnik, Apple's senior director of Fitness Technologies told PEOPLE. New episodes ranging from 25 to 40 minutes in length will appear in the Workout app from a different guest each Monday through the end of April.
Apple Watch Series 6 Black Unity (which starts at $399 for the Global Positioning System model and $499 for the cellular version) and the Black Unity Sport Band ($49) will be available from February 1st. So if you lose any, you can hear it later.
Each episode is shaped by the guest's personal moments which include meaningful memories, lessons learned, thoughts on objective and other meaningful topics while walking in places that are meaningful to them. Notably, previous episodes will still be accessible to Watch users.
It otherwise appears to be the standard aluminium version of the Apple Watch Series 6, with pricing starting at United States dollars 399.
Apple Fitness+: Apple Fitness+ subscribers can enjoy a collection of themed workouts, featuring all Black artists across Cycling, Dance, High Intensity Interval Training, Strength, Yoga, and Treadmill. Time to Walk requires AirPods or other Bluetooth headphones paired with Apple Watch.
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Apple has already made a big addition to its Fitness+ service - with Time to Walk workouts added to the Apple Watch.
Tuesday's update can be installed directly onto the Apple Watch, as long as the wearable is connected to Wi-Fi.
Apple Books will highlight new books and audiobooks from Black authors across a variety of genres, and Apple Podcasts is getting an expansive set of shows featuring Michelle Obama, Joe Budden, Phoebe Robinson, and Baratunde Thurston.
Eventually, when WatchOS 7.3 comes out, you'll also be able to turn automatic downloads off using your iPhone. Anyway, it will be exclusive for the Fitness+ feature. Plus, the ECG app will be available in four additional Asian countries.
Lastly, Apple is also introducing a series of virtual Today at Apple sessions "exploring the power of creativity to bring about change", led by Black creatives who will share their own creative practices and sources of inspiration. It will make the device even more important for users that have a fitness lifestyle.