Apple has invited Apple Watch wearers to do something good for their heart in the month of Cupid and promises to award them with a new “Heart Month Challange” achievement they can keep forever.
It’s February, Cupid’s month, and Apple Watch wearers can win a new achievement for their beloved smartwatches, and also do something good for their heart by doing some exercises for a week, until Valentine’s Day.
The new achievement was presented to most Apple Watch owners the other day, but it’s valid from today until Valentine’s Day, on February 14. It’s called “Heart Month Challenge” and you can see on the top of the Achievements page of the Activity app on your iPhone.
Here’s what you have to do to win the “Heart Month Challenge” medal
To win the “Heart Month Challenge” achievement, you’ll have to close your Exercise ring on your Apple Watch seven days in a row, starting today, February 8, until February 14, a.k.a. on Valentine’s Day, when you will automatically be awarded the new badge on your Apple Watch if you meet the requirements.
In case you didn’t receive yesterday’s notification on your Apple Watch or you delete it by mistake, or someone else deleted it for you, you can always check the requirements of the “Heart Month Challenge” achievement on the Achievements page on the Activity app on your iPhone.
Besides winning the “Heart Month Challenge” badge, it would appear that Apple will also award you with heart-shaped animated stickers for the iMessage app so you can send them to your loved one on Valentine’s Day. Check out the gallery below for more details.
Meanwhile, Apple released the second developer beta for its upcoming watchOS 4.3 operating system for Apple Watch devices, bringing more improvements and bug fixes. watchOS 4.3 won’t be a major update, but it’ll introduce a new charge screen and some other enhancements that will be revealed in time.