Furthermore, the News+ tab is split into a My Magazines section with categories such as Browse the Catalog, Featured, Business & Finance, and Travel, all of which are human curated by Apple News editors. 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. And while we already know that this event won't bring any new kind of hardware, due to the recent launch of two new iPads, and the second generation of AirPods.
Conde Nast said it believes its current subscribers will continue to pay for the archives and digital content, which is not included in Apple News+.
Continuing its incredibly profitable and frankly quite smart trend of focusing on services, Apple just announced Apple Arcade, which is essentially a gaming subscription service. This service, the reports claimed, will bundle together different paid games at one price with the revenue made from the subscription fees being divided among the game developers based on how much the different games were played. 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.
In addition to a variety of magazines, Apple News+ subscriptions include access to the Los Angeles Times and Wall Street Journal in the US and the Star in Canada.Читайте также: What Next? UK lawmakers torn on fate of Brexit, and May
The Apple Arcade service works in the mobile universe, for desktop machines, and in the living room. There will be no in-app purchasing inside Apple Arcade games.
Launching in the USA and Canada in English and French on Monday, Apple News+ will charge users $9.99 a month - a flat fee that applies to all members of a family - in exchange for access to more than 300 newspapers and magazines, including The Wall Street Journal, The Los Angeles Times, National Geographic, The New Yorker, Wired, Essence, the Los Angeles Times, The Skim, and Grub Street, among others. The company also announced its streaming service Apple TV+, and this comes after a previous article by BuzzFeed in February, indicating that the Cupertino tech giant will be launching a news subscription service this month. Apple Arcade is that path forward.
Apple Arcade will release in Fall 2019, which means we can expect it to launch between September and November 2019.
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