Apple has just officially confirmed on its website the challenge of Apple Watch to celebrate International Women’s Day. In this case on March 8, smart watch users who want to achieve this challenge must complete a walk, run or wheelchair training of 20 minutes or more.
As always happens in these challenges the only day to achieve the goal is The 8th of March, so if you are one of those who wants to get the exclusive Activity badge and animated stickers for message applications you have to be attentive.
There are several Activity challenges that we have seen activate in the Apple Watch, in this case the International Women’s Day It does not appear at the moment on the clock but surely it does in the next few hours. The activity challenges serve to motivate all those people who are not very active in terms of performing exercise, so it is a very good initiative for users. In this case, as always, it adds to the personal monthly challenges that we already have assets.
In addition, the company will be conducting a special series of Today at Apple sessions called “They Create.” In this series of more than 5,000 new sessions The firm wants to give the opportunity to enjoy the creativity of some of the most important women in the world with courses in photography, design, technology, finance, music and cinema. The artist Aurélia Durand, is the creator of the design that we have at the top of the article, and she will teach an Art Studio with the iPad at the Apple store in Champs-Élysées on March 7.