Apple today confirmed that its Apple Fitness+ service will go live on December 14, just in time for us all to eat way too much over the Christmas season.

Apple made the announcement via press release, saying that the service will be available across iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV while Apple Watch will be used to collect data related to your activity.

Apple today announced Fitness+, the first fitness experience built around Apple Watch, is launching Monday, December 14. Apple Fitness+ brings studio-style workouts to iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV, intelligently incorporating workout metrics from Apple Watch for a first-of-its-kind personalized and immersive experience users can complete wherever and whenever is convenient for them. Apple Fitness+ will launch with 10 of the most popular workout types, including High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT), Strength, Yoga, Dance, Core, Cycling, Treadmill (for running and walking), Rowing, and Mindful Cooldown, led by a phenomenal team of trainers whose approach is welcoming to all. The workouts are fueled by inspiring music from today’s top artists designed to keep users motivated from start to finish.

At launch, Apple Fitness+ service will be available in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, and the United Kingdom.

You’ll need iOS 14.3, watchOS 7.2, iPadOS 14.3, and tvOS 14.3 to make use of the service as well, so it’s likely we can expect to see those updates arrive within the next few days.

Apple Fitness+ will cost $9.99 per month or $79.99 per year. That said, it’s best bought as part of the Apple One subscription.

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