Back in September, Apple officially introduced its new Apple One subscription bundle that combines various services into a single, more affordable package. One of the subscription bundles offered includes a new subscription service called Apple Fitness+ that provides users with workout videos and also the ability to sync their workouts with devices like the Apple Watch.

For those who are interested in this, you might be pleased to learn that Apple Fitness+ finally has a launch date in which Apple has set it for the 14th of December. In case you don’t want to pay for the Apple One bundle that includes Apple Fitness+, the plan is available as a standalone subscription for $9.99 a month, or if you don’t mind paying for an entire year, it will be cheaper at $79.99.

However, like we said, it is part of the Apple One Premier plan, which we reckon is more worth it as for $29.95 a month, you’ll get access to Apple Fitness+, Apple Music, Apple Arcade, Apple News+, Apple TV+, and also 2TB of iCloud storage. Given that some of these plans also cost about $9.99 each, this is actually a pretty good deal.

That being said, Apple Fitness+ won’t be available in all regions at launch. Its initial launch will cover markets such as Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, the UK, and the US.

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