Apple Fitness+ is now available without Apple Watch

In addition, Apple is launching a series of podcasts called “Walk the Talk” to motivate listeners to do more exercise.



As part of the unveiling of the iPhone 14 and iOS 16, Apple has revamped its Fitness+ service. To coincide with the introduction of the iPhone 14 and Apple Watch Series 8, Apple has also released new updates to its Fitness+ service. This one became available in the United States in 2020, and then in Europe in 2021. Apple has recently removed the requirement that you own an Apple Watch in order to use the Fitness+ service.

People who own an iPhone may now use the Fitness+ app without an Apple Watch. The whole range of services will be made accessible, from studio exercises and meditations to real-time calorie burn estimates and Move ring updates.

Beginning September 12th, Apple’s sports training service will be available to iPhone users without the need for an Apple Watch. However it is not free, $14.99 per month or $119.99 per year.

Thousands of workouts

Fitness+ allows you to access over three thousand sports and meditation exercises conducted by qualified instructors. You can use your iPhone, iPad, or Apple TV to follow along with the exercises. If you don’t have a watch, iOS 16’s Fitness+ app may provide a rough estimate of your calorie expenditure in real time.

In addition, Apple is launching a series of podcasts called “Walk the Talk” to motivate listeners to do more exercise by sharing the personal experiences of famous people like Prince William and Leslie Jordan. The announcement also includes the release of new pilates exercises.

Full integration

Once iOS 16 is released, Fitness+ will be completely integrated with the iPhone Fitness app, and its data will be accessible on the app’s center tab. With the latest update, you’ll be able to view your aggregated health data on your Apple TV, iPad, iPhone, and Apple Watch.

Fitness+ for iPhone will reportedly launch in all 21 countries where the iOS device is now sold. As a last noteworthy change, watchOS 9 adds in-app coaching tips to Fitness+ routines, such as recommended effort levels, RPM ranges, and more.

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