Apple will introduce a new AppleWatch Sport, an app that will allow users to customize and track their fitness metrics, according to a report.
The app, called Apple Watch Fit, is reportedly in the works and will feature a new smartwatch band and a customizable ring that will be added to the watch.
This will allow Apple Watch users to track their workout history and workout data on their wrist.
The band will also be customizable to match your preferences, and the ring will be customizable as well.
Apple is expected to introduce a revamped Apple Watch with a new “switch ring” fit feature sometime in the coming months, which will be able to help users set their own custom fit.
This new option would allow users a way to set their watch’s Fitbit data to match their workouts.
Apple Watch owners will be the first to have the option of having a smartwatch fitted with a “switch band” fitting, according the report.
The new option will be available for the Apple Watch and Apple Watch Classic models, which means that Apple could also introduce a fitness tracker for the latter.
The switch ring feature would be able “give users the ability to customize the band’s look and feel while the watch remains on their finger.”
The company will also add an option for users to set the watch’s data to “match their workouts,” but Apple has yet to announce a way for users “to see their Fitbit activity or Fitbit heart rate.”
Apple will be debuting the new Applewatch Sport at the Consumer Electronics Show on September 5 in Las Vegas.
Apple will unveil the new watch at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference on September 8.