myGwork are offering one of you lucky DIVA readers the chance to get your hands on the latest Apple Watch
BY DIVA STAFF, IN PARTNERSHIP WITH MYGWORK
Are you looking to start your lockdown fitness journey? Or are you an Apple addict looking to complete your collection of gadgets? If that sounds like you, you’re going to love this competition.
Our friends over at myGwork are offering you the chance to win the latest Apple Watch!
The Apple Watch Series Six, released in September 2020, is the current iteration of the Apple Watch that originally launched in 2015. The Apple Watch series six is identical in design to the Series Five, but there are some notable health-related features along with a faster chip for better performance.
Simply sign up to myGwork and complete the form below and you could be in with a chance of winning a fabulous Apple Watch Series Six (If you are already a myGwork member, you just need to complete the form).
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There’s a new sensor in the Apple Watch that enables Blood Oxygen monitoring that measures oxygen saturation in the blood for better understanding of fitness and wellness.
Apple Watch Series Six is able to do things like monitor steps taken, calories burned, stairs climbed, and heart rate, plus it can take ECG readings, track sleep, look out for falls with fall detection, make emergency calls with SOS, and watch out for overly loud sounds.
Business community myGwork connects LGBTQI professionals, graduates, inclusive employers – and anyone who believes in workplace equality.
It empowers the LGBTQI community by offering their individual members a safe space where they can connect with inclusive employers, find jobs, mentors, professional events and news.
Think you’re a winner? Enter our competition in partnership with myGwork using the form above.
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