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.
Wouldn't it be great if you could brag about your fitness achievements app with something tangible that'd resemble those digital emblems you've earned through Apple's Fitness app?
The next Apple Watch workout challenge in the Activity app has been created to help you kick off 2021 in style, by performing workouts that will get you in shape.
Back in September of this year, Apple introduced a new service: Fitness+. Now, months later, it's finally available.
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.
Some Apple Watch customers recently reported missing GPS mapping data when capturing their workouts in the Workout app on watchOS 7. Others have complained about excess battery drain after updating to the latest watchOS software. Apple has now released a new support document to acknowledge these and other issues, proposing a fix.
Apple released the watchOS 7 software update last week and some Apple Watch owners are now reporting problems such as missing GPS mapping data when using the built-in Workout app to record specific workouts that track distance covered.
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.
iOS 14 brings several new iPhone features that let you better track and manage your physical activity. It also adds new sleep-related features. In this hands-on video, we walk you through all the new health, sleep and fitness features that are available to iPhone customers with iOS 14.
Apple will be inviting Apple Watch owners to celebrate the natural wonder of national parks with a new challenge in the Activity app scheduled for this coming Sunday, August 30.
Newly discovered icons in iOS 14 code apparently indicate that Apple might be working on a brand new fitness app that will permit users to download guided workout videos.
If you take advantage of the standard fitness features that ship with your iPhone and Apple Watch, then you might use the native Activity app to view daily progress. As you proceed, the rings inside the app slowly complete a 360–degree circle, an achievement commonly known as ‘closing rings.’ My only gripe with this is that you have to open the app to see any details.
Thankfully, a jailbreak tweak called LiveRings by iOS developer CPDigitalDarkroom lets you view a summary of your activity directly from the Home screen without even launching the Activity app. That’s because the tweak animates the Activity app icon itself to depict ring-closing progress.