Today, Apple is rolling out iOS 14.3, iPadOS 14.3, watchOS 7.2, and tvOS 14.3. As is typical for Apple, there are a bunch of new features for its mid-stream feature release. Probably most notable is support for Apple Fitness+.
Starting at $9.99 a month but also available for $79.99 a year, Apple Fitness+ provides workouts from a variety of trainers. It's built around the Apple Watch, so you'll see it in watchOS 7.2, but it's also going to show up on the Fitness app on iOS 14.3 and tvOS 14.3. The service goes live today.
That's not all though. The software updates come with support for AirPods Max, the new over-the-ear headphones that Apple is slinging for $549. Those are actually set to be available tomorrow.
Of course, you might be wondering what features are included that don't require you to shell out extra money. iPhone 12 Pro users are going to finally get the promised ProRAW camera support, and there's also a new option to record video at 25fps. From the iPhone 6s through iPhone X, you can now choose to mirror your selfies as well.
There's also some minor stuff, such as an Apple TV+ tab in the TV app, and support for App Clips. Weather has support for air quality data, Health has Cycle Tracking, and Ecosia is a search engine in Safari.
All of these updates are available now.