Apple Watch challenges are continuing to impress and the next one is coming on March 8th. The company is really trying hard to make Apple Watch owners be more active and support Women’s International Day at its fullest.
The rules for the upcoming Apple Watch challenge are simple. You just have to run, walk or wheelchair workout on March 8th to support Women’s Day. When you complete the achievement a brand new medal will be unlocked in the Activity app of your iPhone. This challenge will be available on all Apple Watch users around the world.
Apple Watch customers will be notified to their iPhone apps when the challenge will be available. 9to5Mac has already spotted some new challenges which are yet to come to Apple Watch.
This will be the second year Apple will actually make this challenge, after the company’s last year first sucessfull try.
Apple Watch users can complete multiple challenges over time and collect unique virtual trophies viewed from the Achievements tab of the Activity app on the iPhone for bragging rights. Special virtual stickers are also unlocked which can be used in Messages and FaceTime on iOS.
Be sure to complete a 1-mile walk, run, or wheelchair workout on March 8th to add the 2019 Women’s Day badge to your collection.
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