Apple celebrates Women's History Month with the help of Apple Music, Fitness+, and more
What you need to know
- Apple is using its various services and apps to celebrate Women's History Month.
- A variety of celebrations will kick off from March 1.
Apple has announced that it will be celebrating Women's History Month by running special App Store stories, Apple Fitness+ events, and more. The activities will kick off on March 1 and there's even an Activity Challenge for Apple Watch owners to enjoy.
Apple often runs programs like this where it brings the App Store, Apple Fitness+, Apple Music, and other services together to help celebrate a good cause or an anniversary. Women's History Month is, rightly, no different. Apple has quite the month planned for us.
You can read all about everything Apple has planned in the Newsroom announcement post (opens in new tab). Other notable events include new curated Apple TV content as well as Apple News' highlighting of "diverse, inspiring figures from the past and present."
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