Like clockwork, Apple has used its annual September event to announce a new generation of iPhones.
But they also crammed a bunch of other stuff in there for good measure. New iPads! New Apple Watches! Launch dates for Apple Arcade and Apple TV+!
Didn’t have time to watch the event as it happened, but still want to know what went down? We can help. We’ve got all the news, condensed down to just the bullet points.
Apple Arcade, the company’s take on an all-you-can-eat, Netflix-for-games-type service, will launch on September 19th in 150 countries. It’ll cost $4.99 per month for a family subscription, and offer a 1 month free trial.
Earlier this year Apple announced that it was working on an on-demand video service, complete with original programming from folks like Reese Witherspoon, Oprah, Jason Momoa and many others. They didn’t get too specific about the launch date, though.
The company now says that Apple TV+ will start rolling out on November 1st — and, like Apple Arcade, will cost $4.99 per month for a family subscription.
Oh! And a bit of an added surprise: all new iPhones, iPads, Macs and AppleTVs will come with one year of AppleTV+, free.