New challenge for Apple Watch to celebrate International Women's Day

Challenges of the Apple Watch

On March 8, International Women's Day is celebrated, a day for which Apple has already prepared a new challenge, a new challenge that Apple wants to continue with encouraging us to be more active and that has become a real challenge for many users, one of them our colleague Jordi.

In order to meet the next challenge, Apple makes it very easy for us, since we only have to do a one-mile walk, a race or a wheelchair training on March 8. Once completed, a special activity logo will be unlocked in the app. This challenge it will be available to everyone.

This challenge represents the second edition of International Women's Day, since Apple will begin to include it in the challenges of the Apple Watch. After a brief hiatus, the challenges returned to the Apple Watch with a event related to the month of the heart.

If challenges from past activities are something to consider, completing this challenge should also unlock special virtual stickers that can be used forto give a touch to your conversations in messages and FaceTime video calls.

In addition to logging their walk, run, or wheelchair training in the Health app, users can log their distance and training in any third-party watchOS app sync data with Apple's Health app.

In the coming days we will receive a notification on our Apple Watch Where the necessary requirements will be shown to be able to obtain that new medal corresponding to the challenge that celebrates International Women's Day.

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