Apple Fitness+ now has over 4,000 classes on the service, and a profile of the studio reveals both a tech-heavy workflow and a push to reach more users as reasons
Apple Fitness+ now has over 4,000 classes on the service, and a profile of the studio reveals both a tech-heavy workflow and a push to reach more users as reasons why it's made so many at such a high pace.
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Almost anyone browsing Apple Fitness+ will find a class suitable for their needs and interests, and that's because there are so many to choose from. To create so many classes in a relatively short timeframe, there needs to be both an optimal workflow for creation and a great team working with it.

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