This will be the new special Valentine's Challenge for the Apple Watch


The Apple Watch usually delivers 'prizes' in the form of stickers when the rings are closed. These can be consulted from the activity app in its corresponding section. We can get some like doubling the objective of daily movement, close all the rings for several consecutive days, etc.


But in addition to these stickers, Apple launches on special occasions some challenges for a limited time that allow you to win an exclusive prize. The new one that will launch the company will be to commemorate the iconic February 14, Valentine's Day.

The most romantic activity challenge of the Apple Watch

The new activity challenge of the Apple Watch will be available from next February 8 until the 14th of that same month. It will not be a completely new challenge since Apple has based on the challenge I made last year also for Valentine's Day. However, whether or not you get that prize you can get it by 2019 if you comply with what is requested.

The challenge in question is relatively simple and is that to achieve this you must close the green ring for 7 consecutive days, that of doing 30 minutes of exercise. On the same day, February 8, all users will be notified with a notification equal or similar to the following:

"Winning this prize has a heart! Close your exercise ring seven days in a row from February 8 to February 14! "

If you manage to complete those 7 consecutive days of exercise, you will unlock the special prize and it will be visible in your prize gallery in the iPhone Activity application. You can also have some animated and personalized stickers that can be shared through iMessage or FaceTime.

It should be noted that the design of this award will have a special relationship with the day of lovers. This sticker will have a rounded design simulating the activity ring and in the center, a heart that will simulate the number 0 of 2019 will be highlighted.

Undoubtedly the Apple Watch is a good excuse to exercise every day but this type of special challenges can encourage even more users.
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