Apple started this week off with a bang. The company seeded the first beta of iOS 14.5 (and iPadOS 14.5) to developers on Monday. The prerelease software is packed with new features.
Apple Fitness Plus
Apple seeded the first beta of iOS 14.5 to developers earlier today, and apparently the prerelease software is packed with new features. For instance, Apple Fitness+ is getting a new feature it probably should have had at launch.
Apple today officially launched a new Time to Walk feature that brings a new audio walking experience on the Apple Watch for Fitness+ subscribers.
Your Apple Fitness+ subscription now includes nearly 300 polished workout videos from Apple as the company continues to build out its catalog following the service's debut in December.
Fitness+, the iPhone maker's subscription service for home fitness buffs, is being promoted on Apple Music with a collection of playlists designed to motivate you while working out.
If you're greeted with an Apple Fitness+ “pairing canceled” error message when attempting to connect the Workout app on your Apple Watch to an Apple TV, you're definitely not alone. As highlighted on Reddit, some Apple Fitness+ enthusiasts are seeing a “pairing canceled” message when trying to connect the Workout app on an Apple Watch to their Apple TV.
According to Apple, the company's newest subscription service, Fitness+, requires an Apple Watch to use. However, it turns out that's not the case after all.
If you have a TV that supports AirPlay, and you planned on using that to display Apple Fitness+ on your big screen, there may be an issue.
Earlier today, Apple released both iOS 14.3 and iPadOS 14.3, both of which support the company's newest subscription service, Apple Fitness+. However, iPad owners are running into an issue.
Hot on the heels of releasing iOS 14.3 and iPadOS 14.3 to the public, Apple also updated macOS, tvOS, and watchOS for good measure.
Back in September of this year, Apple introduced a new service: Fitness+. Now, months later, it's finally available.
It's been in the works for a while now, but the next big update for Apple's iOS 14 is finally here. Please welcome iOS 14.3 (and iPadOS 14.3).