Apple Watch users in Japan have a new Activity challenge

Reto watch Japan

It seems that in this case Apple does not want the «Sports Day Challenge« A new Activity challenge for Apple Watch users comes out of Japan. With what many of us like this type of more casual challenges and we are not going to be able to do it.

In this case it is a simple challenge with which users of the Apple smart watch will be able to win the badge for the clock and the stickers for the messages. Obviously the best of these challenges is that they motivate us to move and those who start with exercise can even get hooked on moving even half an hour a day, something that benefits our own health.

Reto watch Japan

Apple's latest challenge focused on national parks. On that occasion it was launched all over the world and it consisted of completing a training of less than 4,8 kilometers on August 25, in this case the challenge is somewhat softer and consists of performing at least 30 minutes of exercise during the next October 14.

Throughout the day, users in Japan (in principle only for them) will be able to carry out this activity that is organized to celebrate Sports and Health Day. In any case, if this challenge reaches the rest of the countries, we will see it reflected in the Activity application on our iPhone within the Awards tab. For now we love the design of the stickers and it would be a real pleasure to carry out this activity on October 14 to take us one more medal for the collection. Do you usually make challenges of this type when Apple poses them?

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