The upcoming Apple Watch 3 is set to come with a host of new fitness features which will enable you to track a wider variety of different workouts and activities.
According to a new set of graphics that was found by iHelp BR, a dedicated Apple site, a host of new exercises are coming to the Apple Watch workout app.
The new workouts will let users track complex activities such as kickboxing, strength training, boxing, badminton, surfing gymnastics, just to name a few.
The new workouts were discovered in code for iOS 11 beta and Watch OS4.
Industry insiders are predicting that the new Apple Watch Series will be unveiled at the same time as the iPhone 8 and iPhone 7S – something that is expected next month.
The new watches are predicted to be a significant upgrade on the current version, something that it is hoped will make it more appealing.
The news from iHelp BR is certainly interesting although it is somewhat limited.
We are currently unsure whether the activities will only be logged by the new watch or if an update will be available for older models.
It is also unclear if the workouts will be tracked automatically or whether they will need to be entered manually.
The only thing that appears certain is that more activity types will definitely be coming to the new Apple Watch. This will mean a new a more accurate tracking experience (Google Fit already offers a wide range of activity types).
Other new workouts available will include pilates, cricket, sailing, dancing, golf and core training amongst several others.
H/T: Apple Insider