Today, Apple published a new video titled “Now all you need is iPhone” informs customers can now use the Fitness+ subscription service even without Apple Watch.
Using the latest major iOS 16.1 update, all eligible iPhone users can now take an advantage of the widely popular health and fitness service.
Since the launch of Apple Fitness+ in December 2020, it was required both iPhone and Apple Watch with a view to show you track workouts as well as Fitness details collected by the Apple Watch displayed on a TV screen.
But now, with the newest iOS update, Apple officially announced it makes it accessible for all eligible iPhone consumers, however, they can’t be able to track workouts.
Apple Fitness+ is priced at $9.99 a month or $79.99 annually which can be shared with up to six family members.