On Monday, the WWDC kicks off and as Apple has been doing lately, major events are also receiving an Apple Watch challenge. For example, there is a “Close Your Rings Challenge” at the in-house developer fair, which encourages invited developers to close the three Apple Watch activity rings every day of the week, with the Challenge starting on Sunday and ending on Thursday.
The WWDC workout
The WWDC 2018 Challenge is open to the participants of this year’s WWDC. To participate in the Apple Watch challenge, developers need to download the Challenges app from the App Store and at therequest an invitation code.
From 3 June at 12:00 clock, it will then say “keep moving”. Attendees can collect points every day until 7:59 am on June 7 by closing the activity rings on the Apple Watch. The developers can also join together in a four-team to collect as many points as possible. When all members of the team close their rings, Apple awards team bonus points. Persons collecting 200 or more points during the Challenge will receive a reward at the conclusion of the Mass.
The WWDC 2018 will thus provide an interesting picture as you see the busy developers walk through the halls of the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose.