News & Reviews: apple fitness
Oct 21, 2022
Just a month ago, Apple announced that both iOS 16.1 and tvOS 16.1 were in beta testing to allow users to use Apple Fitness+ without an Apple Watch. Today, the company just confirmed that it's going to happen very soon on 24 October 2022.
Sep 21, 2022
iOS 16.1 and tvOS 16.1 are currently in beta testing and developers have found that the OS version allows users to use Apple Fitness+ without an Apple Watch. This is in line with Apple’s announcement during its Far Out event regarding how Apple Fitness+ service will be available to iPhone users without an Apple Watch starting “later this fall”.
Jan 13, 2022
For the Apple Watch users out there, do you use Apple Fitness+? The platform is Apple's fitness and wellness platform that interacts with a user's Apple Watch. Recently, Apple announced some new features for the service.
Nov 04, 2021
Over a year ago, Apple launched the Apple One plan with its many services. This includes Apple Fitness+, which has a self-explanatory name. Last week, it was confirmed that Apple One Premier is coming to Malaysia, along with Apple Fitness+.
May 29, 2021
Earlier this year, it was suggested that Apple would be launching a new AirPods model in H1 2021. Some say this should be the AirPods 3, while others claim it will be a new AirPods Pro. Based on new rumours, the former is more likely. However, the launch is probably not happening anytime soon.
Jan 27, 2021
A new iOS update isn't the only thing that Apple released recently. Previously, it was rumoured that the company would add premium features to some of its other services. That hasn't happened, but Apple did launch Time to Walk for Fitness+ subscribers.
Sep 16, 2020
As promised, fans of Apple finally got to see some new products earlier today. If you haven't, do check out our report on the new iPads and Apple Watches. Anyway, today morning we'll be touching on new software services that Apple is introducing, starting with a one for those who work out often - Fitness+.
Feb 03, 2020
It's post-Chinese New Year and now you have no excuses about not to go to the gym or at least doing a walk outdoors. And if you're serious about getting your fitness+ back on track, you ought to have a smartwatch with you as a virtual assistant. Sure, most smartwatches are kind of expensive but it's for a long term investment.
That said, Maxis was the latest player to bring in the Apple Watch Series 5 into Malaysia just last December in 2019. The fact that they brought in the wearable this late (as it was first unveiled in September) is due to market demands, which Celcom and Digi are also doing. I've been using the Apple Watch Series 5 for about three months now so here's the review below.