Apple Shares All of the Videos From Today's Services Event Introducing Apple News+, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade and Apple Card

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Apple today held a services-focused event at its Apple Park campus in Cupertino, California, where it unveiled several new services including Apple News+ for subscription news and magazines, Apple TV+ for original TV content, Apple Arcade for App Store games, and Apple Card, a new Apple-branded credit card with special capabilities in wallet.

During the event, Apple showed several videos, all of which have now been uploaded to Apple's YouTube channel. From the opening TV credits video to the ending video with Oprah, everything announced is summed up in these videos.








Of all of the services that Apple announced today, the only one that's available now is ‌Apple News‌+. You can get ‌Apple News‌+ after updating to iOS 12.2, which was just recently released. The other services will be available later this year.

The full livestream of Apple's event today can also be re-watched on the Apple Events website, and Apple will likely upload a version to YouTube in the near future.

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17 months ago
In summary:

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17 months ago

Anyone having trouble going to sleep I advise you to watch these vids

I don’t understand the negativity around today’s keynote.
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17 months ago
Am I wrong? Does this whole thing seems like a awful grouping of garbage for no reason? Nothing here sound like it is important to anyone.
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17 months ago

It’s clear that Apple Arcade was the service that was the least far along. It barely just leaked whereas we’ve known for years (TV and News) and months (Apple Card) that the other services were coming. This looked like a calling all developers announcement and now Apple has to get devs on board and figure out the pricing model that’ll bring the good ones into the service.

They announced 100+ games coming exclusively to Apple Arcade so they they must have quite a few on board. Plus, this is the first time Apple is directly financing creation of these games.
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17 months ago
Titanium credit card? Sign me up lol!
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17 months ago

My glasses and wedding ring are titanium, it is a nice material.

It's a bad idea to have titanium rings. The reason is it may present problems if you ever need the ring removed in an emergency.

Suppose something causes a finger to swell (hit with something, bug bite, infection, etc.) such that you can't take the ring off. If it swells so much that you start to lose circulation, you need to go to the hospital. Most hospitals are equipped to easily cut off silver, gold, platinum, and stainless steel jewelry. Those are the most common by far, and pretty soft metals too. They usually don't have anything available that can cut titanium, which is a very hard material. It is brittle though, so I was told by an ER doc that the common method in an emergency is just to smash it with a hammer and hope it cracks. Usually it does without injury. Sometimes your bone cracks too. No fun.
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