• Apple Card: Seems good, but “low interest ” is only words. I’d love to find the actual amounts. Kind of interesting that you just get 2% cash back purchases and just 1% when the card that is real is used by you. Update: Footnote 4 to the Apple Card website says: “Variable APRs vary from 13.24percent to 24.24% based on creditworthiness. ” What a crock of shit this “low interest rates” line is. Those interest rates are usury with the charge card industry’s rest. 24% interest should be criminal, and 13% is not “low”.

    The TV Plus segment felt such as Google or Amazon, from a different company, not Apple. Apple does a fantastic job maintaining events moving along, plus they tend to not parade a lengthy set of people on point. This is a parade of a bunch of A-list actors — Spielberg! Oprah! — but it just went on and off. It ought to have become tight as the Apple Arcade section. It feels as though Apple was starstruck. Why don’t we understand this is going to cost? We started the day with a great deal of unanswered questions regarding Apple’s content strategy that was and we re ending the day with the majority of those questions still unanswered.
    Apple Arcade: This is the most cohesive announcement of the day. Simple to comprehend what it is, exactly what the value proposition is, and why this is ’ d wanted by you. It looks like Apple is spending a fortune financing these games that are exclusive. I believe this is going to be a major hit, and it makes Google’s we’ve got games seem somewhat absurd. Most interesting to me is how much Apple emphasized the Mac and Apple TV. But why don’t you tell us the cost?

Apple TV Channels and TV Plus: This whole thing was… weird. I get exactly what Channels is the infamous “lanky bundle” which Eddy Cue has been attempting to put together for years. Paying only for the stations you need is the ideal means to do this, but obviously a nightmare to make a deal with channels and the networks. It’s also coming to Roku and Amazon FireTV, which I understand but feels really strange.
Apple News Plus: Are magazines a thing? Didn’t Apple go down this same path back if the iPad started? What’s the point of performing “magazines” when are pulled from several books? $10/month is good, but remember that you don’t get the full Wall Street Journal at that price.