Apple’s next Watch Activity Challenge will celebrate International Women’s Day, which is set to take place on March 8th.
According 9to5Mac, Apple Watch users from around the globe will soon be able to take part in a health challenge to win a cool animated badge designed to mark the event. Marketing professional Kyle Seth Gray tipped off the publication when he came across graphics associated with the upcoming health challenge. “On March 8, celebrate women around the world and get this award [in reference to the badge] by doubling your Move ring,” he wrote on Twitter.
The American tech giant tends to run these campaigns monthly for Apple Watch customers, encouraging them to get healthier and reach new fitness goals. In February, users were given a challenge to promote healthy hearts. Now the tech firm is turning its attention to the annual women’s rights event.
Should you choose to take part, you’ll be able to send this badge to other Apple device owners through iMessage – with the aim of spreading awareness of the iconic movement.
Like past Apple Watch health challenges, you’ll need to try and double your Move ring next Thursday. If you manage to do this, you’ll end up winning the commemorative badge.
For instance, if you try to burn off 400 calories daily, then you’ll need to get to 800 calories. And for 900 calories, you’ll have to reach 1800 and so on. Do that, and you can claim the funky award.
Apple hasn’t actually confirmed the challenge as of yet, but it’s likely that it’ll be rolled out to Watch users worldwide considering International Women’s Day is a global occasion.
That’s not all Apple has been doing to support the event, though. The company has also created a list of inspirational female power songs and albums in Apple Music.
If you do end up taking part, it’d be the perfect time to chuck your headphones on and listen to the playlist. There’s music from the likes of Madonna, Mariah Carey, Beyonce, Adele and Britney Spears.