Apple Watch is a line of smartwatches produced by Apple Inc. It incorporates fitness tracking, health-oriented capabilities, and wireless telecommunication, and integrates with iOS and other Apple products and services.
Apple Fitness+ is a fitness service powered by the Apple Watch. It has a full catalogue of workouts and meditations conducted by expert trainers and you are given the chance to pick the types of workouts and meditations you want. In-session metrics, like heart rate and calories burned, are synced to your iPhone, iPad, or Apple TV, so you don’t have to take your eyes away from your workout or meditation to see how you’re doing. It’s like your Apple Watch is on the screen. Recently, Apple announced that they are going to introduce the Group Workouts feature for their Apple Fitness Plus. Fitness Plus will be available for 15 new countries including Brazil, France, Mexico, and Russia, and workouts will be getting subtitles in six languages. There are new workouts such as guided meditation, Pilates, and programs to help you prepare yourself for winter sports like skiing and snowboarding. This new feature will allow the subscribers of Fitness Plus to do workouts with a friend or with a group (maximum number of members is 32) starting it through an iMessage or FaceTime call. Your screen will display the instructor and the team with whom you share your workout. You can also see how your teammates are doing with the exercises and the way they perform on the “burn bar”. Apple still has not announced a way to let two people share a workout on the same screen. If this feature is available, you will be able to share a workout with your family members or with a friend if each of you has got your own devices.