Apple Watch users can get the 2021 International Women’s Day Challenge badge by doing 20 minutes of exercise while wearing a wearable device. Initially announced as part of Apple’s Holistic Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day celebrations, Apple Watch users began to receive notifications on their devices. This year’s challenge took place on Monday, March 8th, Women’s Day. Participants can pass Take a simple challenge from Apple to get the badge.
According to the notice, as long as you exercise for 20 minutes or more, you can get a limited-edition reward. The exercise must be recorded in the Workout app, or in any app that adds exercise to the Health app.
The award is around a two-color badge with a purple outer circle surrounding a pink inner circle. The number “2021” marked with the year is also clearly visible, with a 0 forming the edge of the inner circle.
As part of other celebrations to commemorate Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day, Apple’s other services also provide a variety of content for consumption. From inspiring Apple Fitness+ exercises to App Store stories emphasizing women’s creation of new ways of working, there is also a special plan: the “Women-developed apps” series.
At the same time, Apple’s own services are not idle: Apple Music will display the works of female artists, Apple Books will provide curated collections of women’s works in various fields, and Apple News will display inspiring female characters and little-known women. historical story.