Apple deviated from its usual hardware announcements during its March 2019 event, instead focusing on new software launches. Amongst the launches are new news subscriptions, games and a credit card. Here’s a lowdown of the services Apple announced: Apple TV+, a streaming service Apple TV+ is a streaming service where users can subscribe to other streaming services like HBO Go, and watch sports on Apple TV Channels (to be launched in May) Apple TV+ will have Apple produced original video content, available from September 2019 Users can subscribe to channels like HBO, Showtime, Starz, CBS All Access, and Smithsonian Channel Apple did not provide the pricing and plans for either of these services Apple News+, a new paid tier for news Apple News now has a new paid option, with magazine content and full current and past issues, for $9.99 per month in the US and $12.99 in Canada In this option, some layouts will be specifically designed for a phone and have different designs and layouts It has 300 magazines, which include Wired, Popular Science, National Geographic and Essence, and publications like the Los Angeles Times and the Wall Street Journal It will have a one month free trial, and be available from May Apple will not let advertisers track Apple News+ users Apple Card, a credit card Apple’s credit card called Apple Card will use the Mastercard network, operated by Goldman Sachs, and both of these companies will not use personal data for advertising, Apple said. The spending…
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