Apple is offering new services, including video streaming and an Apple credit card.
CEO Tim Cook unveiled Apple TV+ Monday at its headquarters in Cupertino, California. The company’s new subscription video service for original programs features some of Hollywood’s hottest stars. More than 30 productions are currently in the works.
The company also announced AppleNews+, which offers access to more than 300 magazines for $10 a month, along with Apple Arcade, which features more than 100 new and exclusive video game titles.
Another first for the company: a credit card. Users can sign up for the Apple Card on an iPhone and manage it through the Wallet app. The card will be available this summer.
AppleNews+ is available now with the latest update of the Apple News app. The first month is free.
Apple TV+ and Apple Arcade will launch in the fall.
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