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Apple Watch Series 7: Time to Run will motivate you to run

The Apple Watch Series 7 is not yet official. Despite everything, leaks and rumors about it are well underway. And according to our colleagues at the Bloomberg site, Apple’s next connected watch will host a new function called “Time to run”. This reminder function, modelled on the “Time to walk” of the Fitness+ app, will motivate runners to practice and perform.

While the presence of a glucose sensor on the Apple Watch Series 7 was expected, it will be nothing like we learned from our colleagues at the Bloomberg site in June 2021. And precisely, the media still has a few revelations to share about the next Apple smartwatch. According to Bloomberg analyst Mark Gurman, the Apple Watch Series 7 will feature a new recall feature.

Named “Time to Run”, it would be modelled on the “Time To Walk” feature launched in January 2021 on the Apple Fitness+ app. As a reminder, these are podcasts intended to encourage users to walk more often. Each episode is doubled by a personality, who shares a story, an experience, all under background of ambient music. For example, country legend Dolly Parton, NBA player Draymond Green, musician Shawn Mendes or Uzo Aduba, actress rewarded with an Emmy Eward for her performance in the series Orange is The New Black.


As you can see, “Time to Run” will follow the same principle and will also be accessible from the Apple Fitness+ app. According to Mark Gurman, another feature called “Audio Meditations” would also be part of the game. As its name seems to indicate, it should be again podcasts able to help you in your meditation, relaxation and relaxation sessions. Like Time To Walk, Apple should regularly offer new content to populate the library with episodes dedicated to “Time to Run” and “Audio Meditations”.

As a reminder, the reputed leaker Jon Prosser recently obtained stolen photos of the Apple Watch Series 7. The opportunity to discover the redesigned design of the smartwatch, this time sporting flat slices instead of curved edges. According to him, Apple was directly inspired by the design of the iPhone 12, with this metal frame and its flat slices.

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