Apple Stock News: Apple Event, New iPhone, New Apple Watch, Booming Subscriptions for Apple Store

Official Announcement: Apple Event Will Be Held on September 14th

Apple Stock News: Apple announced that they will hold Apple Event on September 14th at 10 a.m. PDT. This upcoming Apple event will kick off at 1 p.m. Et. It can be viewed on or the Apple TV App. One of the biggest highlights of apple’s upcoming event will be the latest iPhone launch. According to MarketWatch, the upcoming iPhone will likely double the maximum storage capacity, with a 1 TB of storage options compared to the previous iPhone’s 512GB maximum storage capacity.


Big Change on Apple Watch

The upcoming Apple Watch Series 7 is likely to bring some design changes. According to 9to5mac, this upcoming Apple Watch will have a flat edge design and offer new 41mm and 45mm case sizes, up from 40mm and 44mm. The new size will allow for slightly larger displays. On the other hand, Apple Watch will add more health tracking functions to further enhance the health performance of the Apple Watch.

(Source: 9to5mac)

Apple Stock News: Booming Subscriptions for Apple Store

According to Apple Newsroom, Japan’s Fair Trade Commission closes the App Store’s investigation. At the same time, Apple will allow “Reader” apps to direct users by setting in-app links to their own websites for setting up or managing an account start with early 2022. This change will make it easier for users to set up accounts and subscribe.

Last week, Apple also launched its News Partners program to support local journalism and help news organizations on the App Store. The App Store is committed to providing a better experience for both developers and users.

On the other hand, Subscriptions are a growing business in the App Store. According to The Motley Fool, at the end of the third quarter, Apple had more than 700 million subscriptions across all of its services, which also include first-party services such as Apple Music and iCloud.

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