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All the videos from Apples big media event

Video served as both form and function today at Apples media event, and the company wasnt stingy with classic Apple event videos. Ranging from previews of new services like Apple Arcade to a look at the artists creating content for Apple TV +, the videos should give folks who missed the livestream a quick look at whats next out of Apple services.
As with most events, todays kicked off with a teaser video:


The first product Apple announced was Apple News+, which offers access to over 300 magazines and newspapers for $9.99/month. Of note, Apple News+ is the only product Apple announced today thats also available today.

The second new product out of Apple is Apple Card. Apple Card is essentially an electronic credit card that works anywhere that Apple Pay is accepted. The Apple Card app lets you see your transaction history, pay your card, and earn 2 percent cash back daily on your purchases all within the Wallet app.
And yes, it comes with a physical card, which is made of titanium, laser-etched with your name, and has no number. The Apple Card should make credit card fraud more difficult.

Apple then announced a new gaming subscription service called Apple Arcade.
The service wont launch until this fall, but will include more than 100 premium games at launch from partners including Disney, Konami and Lego. Importantly, this is a cross-platform product, meaning games are playable on iOS, MacOS and tvOS, giving Apple the chance to leverage iOS to get gaming on the Mac.

This one came with two videos, but no price.

And finally, Apple announced Apple TV+, a forthcoming subscription service that would give users access to Apples new library of original content. This includes a new show from Jennifer Anniston, Reese Witherspoon and Steve Carell about a morning news show and an anthology series from Kumail Nanjiana that tells the true story of everyday immigrants, among many others.

And one more thing Oprah has signed on to do two new shows with Apple TV+.

Apple TV+ doesnt come out until the Fall and theres still no word on pricing.
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