New challenge to celebrate Earth Day

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The Apple Watch It is not only a device that allows us to receive notifications of our device comfortably on our wrist, but it is also designed to monitor our sports activity at all times in addition to the activity of our heart, blood flow to inform us of possible problems in our body.

To try to encourage the use of this device and that we do physical activity, the boys of Cupertino regularly put at our disposal a series of challenges with which we can obtain different unique badges. The next one we can get is April 22, to celebrate Earth Day.

In order to complete the challenge that Apple offers us on April 22, We only have to do a training of at least 30 minutes. For the Apple Watch to register it, we must open the application designed for it, I train. We can complete this challenge by cycling, going for a run or through the different types of training that the application is capable of recording and that it makes available to us.

The challenge that Apple proposed to us last year to celebrate this day was exactly the same, exercising for at least 30 minutes. Most likely, as in previous years, the t-shirt of store employees will change to blue. In addition, part of the company logo will also be dyed green on the same day.

Currently, and as reported by Apple, 100% of the energy used by the Apple Store as well as all facilities that are distributed throughout the world do so through clean energies. In this way, every year, Greenpeace considers the company managed by Tim Cook as the most sustainable on the planet, a path that fortunately little by little other companies such as Microsoft, Google and Facebook are following.


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