Because of coronavirus-induced lockdown, Apple didn’t hold an Apple Watch Activity Challenge on Earth Day in May as it has for the three previous years.
Instead, Apple is hosting an Earth-themed exercise challenge this month to coincide with World Environment Day. Here’s what you need to know to complete it.
The June 5 challenge lets users collect a special World Environment Day badge by getting up and moving for at least one minute for 12 hours of the day. Users who complete it will also get stickers for use in Messages and FaceTime.
For more information on how to complete Apple’s various activity challenges, check out this handy how-to from my weirdly-muscular-for-a-tech-blogger colleague Graham Bower.
Do you participate in Apple’s assorted Activity Challenges? Let us know in the comments below.
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