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AR is the future of fitness (and Apple's gonna bring it)

The Weekender
If you think Apple Watch makes workouts fun and efficient, wait till Apple’s mixed-reality glasses land on your face.
Cult of Mac’s Graham Bower outlines how and why augmented reality will take fitness to the next level. It all sounds quite incredible – and yet also quite possible.
Also this week, we’ve got plenty of fresh Apple rumors, plus a trove of tantalizing tidbits gleaned from insider emails that came to light during the Epic Games v. Apple trial that’s currently unfolding.
Enjoy your weekend reading!
– Lewis Wallace, managing editor
P.S. If you haven’t watched Mythic Quest or The Mosquito Coast yet, time to get on it. Looks like Apple TV+ has a couple more winners on its hands.

News and opinion
Mixed-reality Apple glasses could add a new dimension to fitness
New sensor could turn 2022 Apple Watch into a doctor on your wrist
Only a tiny proportion of iOS users let apps track them
24 years later, Twentieth Anniversary Macintosh still serves [Setups]
How-tos
How to enable AirTag’s hidden debug mode on iPhone
How to report accidents, hazards and speed traps in Apple Maps
How to measure a person’s height with iPhone 12 Pro
Quickly view available keyboard shortcuts in any iPad app
Reorganize Control Center to make favorite tools easier to find
Deals
Save on some of the best accessories for iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch and Mac
A single $17 cord can charge Apple Watch, iPhone and AirPods simultaneously
Enter to win a Twelve South ParcSlope stand for Mac and iPad [Cult of Mac giveaway]
Get an easy view of hard-to-reach places with the Sinji Borescope
Reviews
'Mythic Quest' fine-tunes its epic comedy for strong second season [Apple TV+ review]
Diagnose your charging woes with Plugable’s tiny power meter [Review]
'Mosquito Coast' slows to a satisfying simmer [Apple TV+ review]
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