The training service extends to these countries
At the beginning of this month of September we theorized on this same website about the possibility that Apple Fitness + could reach more countries, including Spain. Although we must admit that they were pure hypotheses, we were right when it came to predicting that the Apple Event could be a good time to announce it and that is how it ended up being. At this event the company announced the arrival of the service to Spain, among other European, Asian and American countries, including Mexico and Colombia.
The date it is still a mystery, yes. The company simply indicated “autumn”, this being a too wide margin, but that at least serves to see that it is more or less imminent after more than a year in which the service was only in the United States, Australia, Canada, Ireland and New Zealand. Taking into account that the Apple Watch Series 7 are also undated due to possible delays in the production chain, it is likely that the company will take advantage of its final launch to also announce the Fitness +.
At what price can it be contracted?
This continues to be another of the unknowns to be solved. Today we only know that this service costs $ 9.99 per month or 79.99 per year in those countries where it is. Taking into account that the conversion made in Ireland from dollars to euros has been the same, we could guess that in the rest of the European countries it will be the same costing 9.99 euros per month or 79.99 euros per year.
More intrigue raises the possibility that included with Apple One. The reason for these doubts is that this service is only included in the Premier Plan, which is exclusive to the United States at the moment. If this plan arrives in Spain, it is likely that you will have to reduce its price, since Apple News + is also included and this is a service that, due to legal reasons, has complicated its arrival in Europe.
Be that as it may, we will be attentive to new information, but it is undoubtedly good news to know that soon you will be able to enjoy this service that was inexplicably linked to a few countries. Perhaps the language could have been the obstacle, but we imagine that the company will have already added subtitles or dubbing to the dozens of training videos it offers and therefore the problem will be resolved.