Apple is in full swing over work on iOS 14. The new mobile operating system, which is expected to be announced this summer, will receive many improvements and new features. One of the chips of iOS 14 will be a new application that will be appreciated by everyone involved in sports.
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A snippet of iOS 14 code shed light on a new application that will appear on the iPhone. In a program codenamed Seymour, users will be able to celebrate their workouts and see how to properly perform one or another exercise. The application will support various types of workouts, including running, cycling, rowing, swimming, various strength training, stretching exercises and yoga postures.
It is noted that in addition to the iPhone, the new Apple fitness app will also be available on the Apple Watch. Smart watches using the program and built-in sensors will monitor the correctness of the exercises and help the user if something goes wrong.