Apple is releasing Apple Fitness+ in 15 new countries today. With that, Jay Blahnik, Apple’s VP of Fitness Technology, gave an interview to the Brazilian newspaper O GLOBO to talk about this launch and what users can expect in the future.

Available in the US for about nine months, Apple Fitness+ features 11 different exercises with dozens of classes and many instructors to help everyone who wants to close their Apple Watch rings.

With classes from 5 to 45 minutes, the service costs $10 monthly or users can bundle it with Apple One Premier, which costs $30 and also combines Apple Arcade, Apple Music, Apple TV+, and 2TB of iCloud for up to six family members.

Now, in an interview with O GLOBO, Jay Blahnik says that Apple is “open to the possibility of investing in Portuguese content with Brazilian professionals.”

“I think we’re open to the possibiity to go wherever Fitness+ is. Our goal is to help people be healthy. We want to be able to attract as many users as we can and make their experience the best as possible (…) We would absolutely be open about doing all sorts of things to help make the Fitness experience more enjoyable across the world.”

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