Apple will launch a new Apple Watch Fitness Challenge on April 22, World Earth Day. Users can get the 2019 Earth Day badge by exercising for 30 minutes or more.
ITunes anchor Kyle Seth Gray shared details of upcoming challenges on Twitter. He also shared pictures of achievement badges and iMessage stickers, which will be received by those who complete the challenges.
The Apple Watch Challenge for major festivals and celebrities has become a tradition for Apple, and Earth Day Challenge has been held for the past few years. This year's goal is the same as that of the previous two years - 30 minutes of exercise.
Of course, Apple also celebrates Earth Day in a variety of ways. Apple Store may add green leaf patterns to Apple LOGO, and shop assistants may also wear green shirts to commemorate the event. In addition, App Store will update Earth Day related application themes, and work with relevant environmental organizations to launch charity sales.
So far, Apple has hosted two challenges in 2019, International Women's Day in March and Heart Month in February.