The Apple Watch, Apple’s fitness tracker that’s been one of the most popular items in Apple’s stores, will soon be getting a major overhaul, with a new feature that lets you train a Fit Trainer in the background on the go without the need for a smartphone.
Apple has confirmed that the Apple Watch Series 3 will support Fit Trainer 2, a fitness tracker for the Apple iPhone that lets users monitor their progress, measure steps and calories burned while you’re in the gym, and track your progress from your iPhone.
The Apple Watch now supports a variety of apps, including Fit Trainer, Fitbits, Strava, and other fitness trackers, which means that even if you have an iPhone, you can now train a wearable device to track your workouts without needing to download an app.
The iPhone will also now be able to connect to the Apple Health app, which can then provide notifications and reminders for your workouts.
The new Fit Trainer features a number of other improvements.
It now supports Garmin data for more data, and Apple Watch owners will get a new ability to control their watch in more ways than before, including by tapping on the top bar to see more details about their fitness levels.
The new Apple Watch will also include new data that will let you track your calories burned, your steps taken, your pace and distance, your heart rate, your resting heart rate and sleep duration.
Apple will also soon offer Fit Trainer on an iOS app for iPhone owners, and it will be compatible with the Apple TV, iPod touch, and iPad.
The Apple TV and Apple TV Stick will also be compatible, as will other devices that support Apple’s HealthKit technology.
Apple has also announced the addition of a new Apple Training app for iOS and Mac, which is available for free.
The app will be available on the Apple App Store and on Apple’s website, and will be updated with new training programs every week.
The free Apple Training offers a variety the iPhone app, but also includes a variety in other ways, including a training guide, which explains all the features and can be customized to your specific needs.
Apple Watch Series 2 will also support the new Fit Tracker feature, but it’s unclear whether Apple will also add support for the newer Apple HealthKit 2 fitness tracking, which Apple’s Watch has been using in conjunction with the iPhone for some time.
The watch will also come with support for a number other features, including notifications, workout tracking, and fitness data logging.
Apple’s Apple Watch app is currently available for iPhone users in the US, and is available on Android and iOS devices.