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).
Apple Fitness Plus
Now that we know when Apple Fitness+ will launch, Apple's executives are starting to make the interview rounds to promote the new service.
Apple Fitness+, the iPhone maker's first fitness-focused subscription service built around the Apple Watch, is launches next Monday, December 14, the company confirmed today.
Apple unveiled Fitness+ earlier this year, and said it would launch before the end of 2020. That date is rapidly approaching, and now the instructors are hyping things up.
Apple announced Apple One, its new bundling options for several services, earlier this year. And now, after plenty of waiting, the bundles are now available.
Earlier this year, Apple announced a new subscription bundle option: Apple One. Specifically, this is three different bundles, each of which offering a bit more for a set price per month.
Earlier this week, Apple unveiled a brand new subscription service called Fitness+. As the name suggests, it's all about health and fitness, and it launches later this fall.
Is Apple One a good deal? In this article we are going to be taking an in-depth look at the newly-announced bundle and its various tiers. Apple is pitching it as a good deal for users, so as iDB's resident deals expert, I wanted to dive in and see if that was actually the case.
As part of yesterday's iPad + Apple Watch "Time Flies" event, Apple has announced a new subscription service aimed at fitness buffs, dubbed Apple Fitness+.