Apple started this week with several big announcements during the much anticipated #AppleEvent live-stream.
Their plans moving forward will reinvent the brand and what it does. Here are some of the big up and coming projects that you can expect from the company.
Apple announced the launch of a News subscription which is available now. It costs $9.99 a month to gain access to premium content. The service includes access to over 300 magazines and news sources, including the LA Times and The Wall Street Journal.
They’ll be launching their own game subscription service for mobile, desktop and console with access to over 100 cross-platform games from the biggest names in video game publishing, such
Apple plans to give streaming giants, Netflix and Disney a run for their money by launching their very own TV streaming service. They will produce and create Apple original shows and films and suggested that the launch date can be expected sometime in the Autumn. With huge talents such
Perhaps the most ambitious announcement of the event, ‘Apple Card’ is a new type of credit card that aims to help customers lead a healthier financial life. The Apple Card is built into the Apple Wallet app and offers you the ability to make payments and manage the card right on the iPhone. Compared to normal credit cards, the Apple Card offers a simpler application process, eliminates fees, encourages people to pay less interest and offers increased security and privacy.