Starting on Monday, Apple’s iOS 16.1 update will allow iPhone, iPad and Apple TV users to access Fitness+ even if they don’t have an Apple Watch.
– Apple is debuting its iCloud shared photo library. Unlike shared albums, everyone in the shared photo library will have the ability to add, delete, edit or favorite photos and videos.
– On iOS 16.1, clean energy iPhone charging optimizes charging for when cleaner energy sources are available, Apple says, helping to decrease your iPhone’s carbon footprint.
Apple’s newest update to its iPhone operating system, iOS 16.1, will be available on Monday, the company announced in a press release Thursday.
It will launch for iPhone users with an iPhone 8 or newer models, and it adds quite a few features that weren’t available when iOS 16 launched back in September.
IPhone users with iOS 16.1 will be able to subscribe to and access Apple Fitness+ even if they don’t have an Apple Watch.
Fitness+ is a subscription service with guided workouts and meditations that costs $9.99 per month or $79.99 per year.
If you work out on Fitness+ without an Apple Watch, you won’t be able to see metrics like calories burned, or your real-time heart rate.