Money: Apple TV+, News+, and credit card: Everything announced at today’s event - - PressFrom - Australia
  •   
  •   

MoneyApple TV+, News+, and credit card: Everything announced at today’s event

04:25  26 march  2019
04:25  26 march  2019 Source:   msn.com

Apple might reveal its game subscription service at Monday’s event

Apple might reveal its game subscription service at Monday’s event Pay one monthly price, get a bundle of paid iOS games

Apple today held it’ s latest special event , and if you ever thought Apple couldn’t put on a good show without new hardware, then this would be the show in It pulled out all the stops introducing its new apps, including upgrades to its existing News and TV services, along with a new credit card and a

Apple Events - Keynote October 2018 - Apple | Today at Apple . Video replay of today ’ s event will be available shortly. All the New Services Apple Announced : News+ , TV+ , Apple Card . Apple announced today that it will make its own credit card , backed by Goldman Sachs, that will upend

Apple TV+, News+, and credit card: Everything announced at today’s event© Provided by The Next Web

Apple today held it’s latest special event, and if you ever thought Apple couldn’t put on a good show without new hardware, then this would be the show in which it proved you wrong. It pulled out all the stops introducing its new apps, including upgrades to its existing News and TV services, along with a new credit card and a game subscription service.

Here’s a quick rundown of everything you need to know about Apple‘s new wave of software.

Apple News+

The first major development revealed at the show was an upgrade to the Newsapp. While the basic News will remain the same, News+ offers users the ability to read past issues of select publishers, including over 300 magazines. News+ also offers a section of personally curated articles to the reader, though Apple stressed it wouldn’t know what readers read, nor would it allow advertisers to track user reads.

Melbourne commuters will soon be able to ditch their Myki and use their mobiles instead — but iPhone users will have to wait

Melbourne commuters will soon be able to ditch their Myki and use their mobiles instead — but iPhone users will have to wait Melbourne commuters will soon be able to ditch their Myki and use their smartphones on public transport. 

Apple Events - Keynote October 2018 - Apple | Today at Apple . Video replay of today ’ s event will be available shortly. Here’s what we announced . iPad Pro. Smart Keyboard Folio and Apple Pencil are sold separately. Recycled material claim applies to the enclosure and is based on auditing done

Apple today held it’ s latest special event , and if you ever thought Apple couldn’t put on a good show without new hardware, then this would be the sho. It pulled out all the stops introducing its new apps, including upgrades to its existing News and TV services, along with a new credit card and a game

Now we know what Apple did with Texture, the magazine subscription service it bought last year. The list of magazines in News+ includes The Atlantic, Esquire, Vogue, National Geographic, and others. In addition to the magazines, Apple is also adding a few newspapers to its News rotation, including the Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, and The Star.

News+ was the only service at the show for which we received a price point: its monthly subscription will cost $9.99, and Apple was quick to tout the fact that individual subscriptions to the same number of magazines would cost thousands of dollars a year. Up to six family members will be able to share a single subscription.

News+ launches next week in the US and Canada, and in Australia and the UK in fall.

Apple introduces no-fee credit card with instant rewards that's designed to work with iPhone

Apple introduces no-fee credit card with instant rewards that's designed to work with iPhone The company that revolutionized smartphones is now trying to change the credit card industry. 

Apple today held its first ever services-centric event , where the company introduced several new and upcoming service products with no hardware Everyone on a Family Sharing plan can access Apple News+ for that .99 per month fee. Apple Card is a new credit card Apple ' s offering in partnership

Today brings Apple subscriptions across news , television, and video games just a week after Today ’ s keynote also brought a new business venture for Apple with a new credit card service. Interestingly enough, many of the products announced today did not receive a live onstage demo

Apple Card

Apple led into the financial part of the show by showcasing upgrades to Apple Pay, including that it’ll be incorporated into public transit in New York, Chicago, and Portland. But this was just an opening salvo for the more interesting news: Apple is getting its own credit card, the aptly named Apple Card.

Apple TV+, News+, and credit card: Everything announced at today’s event© Provided by The Next Web

The Card is designed to work entirely within the Apple Wallet app, though interested users can still obtain a physical version, made from titanium. With it, Apple aims to change some of the worst parts about being a cardholder, through clearer payment tracking, an easy-to-understand rewards program, and no interest fees.

Check our article to learn more about Apple Card, and how it’s going to attempt to revolutionize credit cards.

Apple Arcade

Apple finally revealed the game subscription service its apparently been working on for a while, titled Arcade. The service will allow users to access over 100 exclusive games, including a new Sonic game and games made by several industry stalwarts. The company is also apparently investing in the development of new games.

Apple Arcade: Get ready for Apple's game subscription service

Apple Arcade: Get ready for Apple's game subscription service Coming this fall, Apple's gaming service will include more than 100 games designed specifically for it.

Apple News+ is available starting today , and Apple will even throw in the first month for free. The Apple Card isn’t like other credit cards . There are no late fees, annual fees, or international fees. Today ' s event focused exclusively on Apple 's services—but that doesn't mean Apple 's done with

Apple has shifted gears and has announced new services that include the premium magazine and news subscription service called Apple News+ , a paid video subscription service called Apple TV+ , a new gaming service called Apple Arcade and a new credit card .

Apple TV+, News+, and credit card: Everything announced at today’s event© Provided by The Next Web

Arcade bears a resemblance to Google’s promised Stadia, in that it’ll be consistent across all Apple devices and gamers can pick up where they left off from any of those devices. But Apple was quick to stress its games can be played offline and the company won’t collect any data you don’t agree to.

The one thing we don’t yet know about Arcade is how much it’ll cost when it launches in the fall. Read more about it in our article.

Apple TV+

Apple introduced a few upgrades to its TV service first, including that it’s coming to non-Apple devices such as Roku and Fire TV. It’s also partnering with several broadcaster to bring their channels to Apple TV, including Hulu and Amazon Prime.

And then came the big news, the stuff Apple as a whole had been building up to this whole show: TV+, its very own Netflix competitor, ad-free and replete with new, original shows. It proceeded to barrage viewers with rapid fire promos of the new programming it’s making specifically for TV+. It brought to the stage such familiar names as Steven Spielberg, Oprah, and Big Bird.

Apple TV+, News+, and credit card: Everything announced at today’s event© Provided by The Next Web

TV+ will be available in over 100 countries when it launches in the fall, though the company, as with most of the things Apple revealed today, it didn’t reveal the price. You can read more about it in our article.

Read more

Here are the best answers we have to your questions about Apple's new credit card, news app, TV and gaming services.
Apple announced a slew of new entertainment services on Monday. The event was filled with celebrity guest appearances, and felt like a cross between a Hollywood red carpet event and a typical tech news conference.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks

Topical videos:

usr: 3
This is interesting!