Apple's new fitness streaming service isn't revolutionary at first glance. There are many other services that allow you to take virtual exercise classes from the comfort of your home, for a low monthly cost. What sets Fitness Plus apart from the rest is that it's connected to your Apple Watch, meaning that it pulls in your heart rate and calories burned, as recorded by your watch, into the workout, so you can see those stats in real time during the class.
At $10 per month, it's far cheaper than a membership to a fitness studio, but you get access to studio-quality classes. At launch, there are more than 100 yoga, strength-training, core, treadmill, rowing, HIIT, cycling, dance and mindful cooldown classes to choose from, with more added each week.
Read our full review of Apple Fitness Plus.