In an application that will guide you with videos to exercise more optimally, Apple would be working, which could reach the iPhone, Apple Watch and Apple TV.
The app, whose code name is Seymour, could be called Fit or Fitness for launch, MacRumors reported.
The site added that the Cupertino signature plan would be to release the novelty in iOS 14, watchOS 7 and tvOS 14, and that it would be an independent application, complementary to the already known Activity.
With the exercise app, users can download exercise videos covering a variety of different training options and activities, getting guidance on completing those activities on Apple Watch, MacRumors said.
The idea would be to provide its users with a catalog of various training routines that can be downloaded and synchronized with the Apple Watch, and that the videos can be played through an iPhone, an iPad or Apple TV.
According to CNBC, which quoted an unauthorized anonymous source to reveal this development, it is the brainchild of Jay Blahnik, a fitness instructor and author who joined the company in 2013.
Thus, with Apple Watch, you can track progress after each exercise routine, similar to how Apple Watch currently tracks physical activities through the Activity app.
For the same medium, Apple appears to be providing training via its app for free, as there are currently no in-app purchases or costs associated with content.
Among other activities, the app that comes out of the development of es Seymour will include indoor running, cycling, rowing, stretching, central training, strength training, walking outdoors, dancing and yoga.
According to CNBC, the app would be appealing to people who don't know how to exercise, or who want to exercise when they're away from the gym, like in a hotel room while on a business trip.
While Apple appears to be working on these features for upcoming software updates, which are expected in the fall, there is no guarantee that it will reach the final versions of iOS 14, watchOS 7 and tvOS 14, details. .
However, CNBC went further, announcing the app with iOS 14 and the next version of Apple Watch software: Apple generally announces its new iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple Watch updates in June before rolling them out to all devices in September. .