New ‘Close Your Rings’ minisite encourages using Apple Watch Activity app

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Apple has created a new website, "Close Your Rings," explaining how the Apple Watch’s Activity app works and some of the ways people can reach its "Move," "Exercise," and "Stand" goals.
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Upcoming Apple Watch activity challenge to focus on Heart Month

February is American Heart Month. Apple views this federally designated event as an ideal opportunity to remind Apple Watch wearers to focus on their hearts and encourage them to be more active via an upcoming new challenge in the Activity app…. Read the rest of this post here


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Apple Watch to Promote Heart Month With Activity Challenge Next Week

Apple will be launching the newest activity challenge for Apple Watch wearers next week, with a focus on Heart Month. To complete the challenge, you’ll need to close your Apple Watch’s exercise ring for seven days in a row during one specific week: from February 8 to February 14, which fits with the heart theme and ends on Valentine’s Day.


Apple hasn’t detailed the rewards yet, but they’re likely to be the same as previous activity challenges: a colorful badge in the “Achievements” tab of the Activity app, and a matching sticker within Messages to send to friends and family. Apple Watch owners should start noticing the Heart Month challenge within their Activity app on Tuesday, February 6, two days ahead of when it begins.

The February challenge is coming on the heels of this year’s “Ring in the New Year” challenge, which tasked users with closing all three Activity rings for seven days in a row in January.

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