- Apple announced a new fitness subscription and a blood oxygen sensor on the Apple Watch Series 6.
- The new products showcase the tech giant’s bullish view on revenue opportunities within the health and fitness segment.
At its “Time Flies” event this week, Apple announced a new fitness subscription program and that the Apple Watch Series 6 will come equipped with blood oxygen monitoring, demonstrating the company’s commitment to expanding within the health and wellness industry.
Though health served as the central theme of the event, Apple also unveiled the eighth-generation iPad built with its in-house A12 Bionic chip, as well as a new iPad Air.
Here are two of Apple’s biggest health-related announcements from the event:
- It debuted Fitness Plus, a subscription service for virtual fitness classes. Fitness Plus classes are offered through a standalone $10