computer software for tracking, storing, viewing, monitoring, displaying, transmitting and managing user interaction data concerning exercise, physical activity, steps taken, distance walked or run, time standing or sitting, calories consumed, calories burned; computer software for tracking, monitoring and managing information and goals regarding a heath and fitness program; computer software for mobile telephones and mobile digital electronic devices[.]
The filing comes exactly two weeks before Apple's September 9th Special Event in which the company is expected to release a new iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus along with a new, sleeker version of Apple TV. Apple submitted the screenshot below as proof of the application's use in commerce.
article reporting that this app appears on your phone after you connect it with an Apple Watch.
Given the timing of Apple's recent filing, and the language in the trademark application related to "computer software for mobile telephones," I would not be surprised if this new Activity App received some attention at the company's September 9th Special Event.