Apple Fitness+ App is available for iOS 16.1 and tvOS 16.1 without the Apple Watch


Starting with iOS 16.1 and tvOS 16.1, which are presently in beta testing, users of iPhones without an Apple Watch will have access to Apple Fitness+.

User Jadyn Daniel discovered that it is now possible to subscribe to Apple Fitness+ on the iPhone without owning an Apple Watch in the second beta of iOS 16.1 sent to developers earlier today. Additionally, Screen Times editor-in-chief Sigmund Judge discovered a new screen in the second beta of tvOS 16.1 for the Apple TV that enables users to connect an iPhone for Apple Fitness+ workouts without the need for an Apple Watch.

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In all 21 nations where the service is currently offered, including the United States, Australia, Austria, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, France, Germany, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Portugal, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Spain, Switzerland, the UAE, and UK, Apple already announced that Fitness+ would be accessible to iPhone users who do not own an Apple Watch beginning “later this fall.”

Over 3,000 exercise and meditation films are available in the Apple Fitness+ collection, which was introduced in December 2020. New content is added on a weekly basis. The iPhone, iPad, and Fitness app of Apple TV offer the subscription-based service, which has a U.S. price of nine dollars per month or seventy-nine dollars per year. iPhone users won’t be able to view real-time workout statistics like heart rate and calories burned without an Apple Watch.

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