Apple has launched a major foray into the subscription services market. The tech titan revealed its much-anticipated video subscription service, Apple TV+, that will take on Hollywood with its arsenal of original content and is slated to launch this fall. Apple TV+ was debuted in a star-studded announcement featuring celebrities ranging from Oprah Winfrey, Steven Spielberg, Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon to Steve Carrell, Big Bird and Jason Momoa. Among the other new services, Apple Arcade, is a game subscription service that lets users access more than 100 ‘exclusive’ titles from almost anywhere, including mobile and desktop devices, as well as from the TV in your living room. In a surprising move, Apple also unveiled a new iPhone-linked credit card, dubbed the Apple Card, as well as Apple Arcade, a game subscription service that lets users access more than 100 ‘exclusive’ titles from TVs, smartphones and desktop devices. It also took the wraps off of Apple News+, which offers access to 300 top magazine titles and top newspapers like the Wall Street Journal and the Los Angeles Times. Scroll down for video Oprah Winfrey and Apple CEO Tim Cook embrace during Apple’s ‘Show Time’ event on Monday. Winfrey will produce two… Read full this story
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