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Midweek Apple news – further reading on Apple’s new services

We brought you the full lowdown on Apple’s special event earlier this week, but the press hasn’t stopped rolling since then. We, along, with the rest of the world, have been processing the announcements and searching for more detail than originally surfaced.

There’s been a lot to digest, so if you missed anything we wrote about this week, here’s a recap! Click through any of the links for the full articles.

Apple’s new services

All-you-can-read magazines are on offer with News+, and if you’re in Canada or the US the new subscription is already live with iOS 12.2.

Everything you need to know about Apple’s upcoming credit card, which will offer low interest, no fees, and daily cashback.

Details about the seven flagship original shows Apple talked about on stage this week.

What we’re expecting from Apple Arcade, the upcoming gaming subscription promising over 100 original games.

Around the web

9to5Mac has gone into more detail on the upcoming Apple credit card, explaining how it will make (and save) money as well as how the physical card will work.

Apple’s TV app is getting a big facelift in the near future and MacRumors has got hands-on with the beta version of the app.

The complete list of Apple TV+ originals includes way more than the ones that got an official announcement on Monday.

iPhoneHacks report that Apple’s TV Channels will still report viewer data back to networks despite its focus on privacy.

Finally, Macworld thinks it’s time for an “Apple Prime” style subscription bundle, and we’re inclined to agree.