Apple held its March special event keynote today at the Steve Jobs Theater at Apple Park, in Cupertino, California.
Here’s a roundup of what Apple announced today, in a keynote focused solely on new services. We’ll share coverage from iPhone in Canada that happened before, during and after the event.
- Apple News+ Launches in Canada with Magazines, Pricing at $12.99 CAD
- Apple Arcade Launching in Canada Later in 2019
- Apple Card Cash Back Credit Card Launches in the US
- Apple Pay Retail Acceptance at 80% in Canada Says Tim Cook
- Apple TV+ Video Service Coming to Canada with New TV App
- Apple to Teach Kids Coding Through a Sesame Street-Themed TV show
- Apple TV App Coming to Roku, Amazon Fire TV and More Smart TVs
- Apple Pay Coming Soon to Transit Systems in Major US Cities
- Here are All the Videos Apple Shared on Stage at its March Special Event
- iOS 12.2 Download Now Available with Apple News in Canada
- Apple’s March Special Event Replay is Now Available for Viewing
- The Apple TV 4 Gets Rebranded to ‘Apple TV HD’
- Here’s a List of Apple TV+ Shows and Celebrities from Apple’s March Event
- How to Sign Up for Apple News+ Magazines in Canada
- New Black ‘Powerbeats Pro’ Wireless Headphones Leak in iOS 12.2 [PICS]
- Apple Watch ECG Feature Mentioned for ‘Non-US Regions’ in iOS 12.2
- Here’s the Full List of Magazines within Apple News+ in Canada at Over 200
- macOS Mojave 10.14.4 Download Out: Apple News for Canadian Mac Users and More
- AirPower Image Shows Up on Retail Packaging for AirPods Wireless Charging Case
- ECG Apple Watch Complication Found within iOS 12.2 in Canada
The significant news for Canadians was the launch of Apple News and Apple News+ for $12.99 per month, which arrived in iOS 12.2 and macOS Mojave 10.14.4.
Apple did not share monthly pricing for Apple Arcade or Apple TV+. Also, with Apple Card, it’s only available in the United States, so Canadians can only dream about a launch here (we don’t even have Apple Pay Cash yet).
Stay tuned for more details this week about Apple’s new services. Thanks everyone for reading, sharing and following along on Twitter today.