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Apple has some exciting news for Apple Watch users, as the tech giant is planning two new activity challenges to celebrate Earth Day and International Dance Day. Earth Day is set to be celebrated on Saturday, April 22, while International Dance Day is scheduled for Saturday, April 29.
According to Apple, the activity challenges will be displayed as notifications on the Apple Watch in the days leading up to the events. To earn the Earth Day award, Apple Watch owners will need to do a workout that lasts for 30 minutes or more. This is a great way to show some love for the planet while also staying healthy and active.
For International Dance Day, Apple Watch users can earn an award by completing a Dance workout that lasts for 20 minutes or more. This is an exciting opportunity to get into the groove and show off your moves. The Dance workout can be recorded with the Workout app or any app that adds workouts to Health.
Apple Watch owners who successfully complete these challenges will not only be recognized for their achievements but will also receive dedicated badges in the Fitness app. Additionally, they will be awarded a series of animated stickers that can be used in the Messages and FaceTime apps.
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The Earth Day and Dance Day challenges follow Apple’s successful March challenge, which celebrated International Women’s Day. Apple has always been committed to promoting a healthy lifestyle, and the new activity challenges are a testament to that commitment.