With no fixed date being announced yet, Apple Fitness+ is all set to launch before the end of 2020. Promotions of the service are launching “soon” include Fitness+ instructors hinting through Instagram and showcasing their process of recording workouts.
Last few days, also included posts published referring to the @AppleFitnessPlus Instagram accounts along with the #CloseYourRings hashtag, popularly referenced to the Apple Watch.
Apple is running out of time in “late 2020” to launch the service, with no mention of a launch date through the posts. The fact that the instructors are constantly highlighting social media, the launch might just be sooner rather than later.
The first announcement of Apple Fitness+ was made in September alongside the Apple Watch Series 6 and Apple Watch SE. It’s a workout class subscription service that’s powered by Apple Watch. Cycling, Treadmill, Rowing, HIIT, Strength, Yoga, Dance, Core, and Mindful Cooldown are the well-known categories of workouts that are being offered.
Additionally, the present watchOS 7.2 beta includes references to Apple Fitness+ as one of the new features of the update. The iOS 14.3 beta also included a reference to Apple Fitness+ in the Settings app, though that mention has now been removed.
The new Apple Fitness+ workouts will be released weekly, states Apple. “Thoughtfully curated by the trainers” would be a playlist offered to each class, laying a great emphasis on Apple Music.
$9.99 per month or $79.99 per year will be costed for Apple Fitness+. The Apple One Premier bundle, which also offers Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, 2TB of iCloud, and Apple News+ for $29.95 per month is included as well.