Earlier today, the official Apple Support Twitter account confirmed that the company is aware of a “potential issue” impacting the workout and exercise service. Apple didn’t go into any detail regarding the problem, other than the fact it’s looking into it. Specifically, the account said that Apple is “logging/tracking all the information affiliated” with the issue.
You can see the tweet just below:
Hello! We know how important it is to be able to access these features and get the most out of Apple Fitness. Currently, Apple is aware of a potential issue, and is logging/tracking all the information affiliated to the Apple Fitness, features, and usage.
— Apple Support (@AppleSupport) March 25, 2021
As noted by the Twitter user that started the conversation, some workouts are simply not available right now. Loading an impacted workout or exercise or cool down will pop up a message that reads, “Unable to access Apple Fitness+ content at this time”.
Some workouts not available include HIIT and yoga and some strength lessons as well. There may be others.
There’s no word on when there will be a fix, so if you’ve run into the problem you may just have to hold out a bit longer before the workouts come back online. At the time of the publication, Apple’s system status page isn’t reflecting an outage for Fitness+, either.