Apple announces new services to its users

March 26, 2019 | Investopaper

Apple CEO Tim Cook has announced many new services to its users this Monday through a live stream.

The first introduction that he made was about Apple News+ which is an extension to the already popular Apple News. Now, Apple News will bring more to the users by facilitating access to 300 magazines that cover topics like entertainment, news, politics, and travel. It will provide a personalized news feed to the users based on their previous reading habits. In addition, users will be able to know about the latest articles through live covers and “today tab”.

Secondly, Tim Cook announced Apple pay to the users along with the release of a new Titanium credit card. Users will be offered quick cash back and zero fees through this card. Also, Apple is working in partnership with Goldman Sachs in order to issue numberless cards containing no signatures. So, the purchases of customers will be verified through touch ID and face recognition.

The third announcement that followed was to add more games to the app store which has already been boosted by the creation of new Apple Arcade. This fall, Apple will feature more than 100 games in its store that will not be available on any other platforms. The games will feature work from some of the largest game-makers working today, including Sega, Lego, and Konami.

The last announcement was regarding Apple TV which will be made available for Mac Computers this fall. Apple TV will feature new content for users that includes science fiction from famous director Steven Speilberg. Also, the users can select only the channels and movies they want to see and pay accordingly for the services they use.

Lately, Apple shares have been declining since late 2018 in the stock market.


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