New exercises would be added to the Apple Watch training application

There is no denying that thanks to its fitness monitoring functions, the Apple Watch is the ideal companion for a healthy life and according to new rumours, it is ready to satisfy more followers of this lifestyle.

According to a report revealed by iHelp BR, the Apple Watch will be useful for more than running and swimming. So new iOS 11 codes suggest that Apple is planning to add a series of exercises to the Apple Watch training application, including various activities such as kickboxing, fishing, equestrian sports, paddle, pilates, surfing, skating, skiing and other snow sports.

New exercises would be added to the Apple Watch training application
New exercises would be added to the Apple Watch training application

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Although some of the training from the long list revealed just a few hours ago is already available to users of the watchOS 4 beta version, it is believed that the ultimate goal is for all to be incorporated into iOS 11 to review Apple Watch activities on a paired iPhone.

Of course, this revelation raises the expectations for the possible presentation of the “Series 3” of Cupertino’s intelligent clock, whose premiere is expected for Apple’s next keynote, starring the presentation of the iPhone 8 and two iPhone 7.

Also, it is rumored that the next generation of laptops will have an LTE modem – manufactured by Intel – for cellular data connectivity that will allow you to receive calls and messages without the need to have your iPhone nearby.

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This would certainly be Apple’s answer to what users of the device have been asking for a long time. A portable with LTE that allows us to enhance its usefulness in those occasions when we can’t have the phone at hand; a common situation in those who practice sports regularly and more those mentioned in the revised list above.

Are you an Apple Watch user? What do you think of this innovation?

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