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And survey results are mixed, Arielle tells us on this week’s Gadget Lab podcast: Some men indicate they would be reluctant to use birth control, while others are for it. Also on this week’s pod, Mike, Lauren, and Arielle discuss all of the news announced at Apple’s services-focused event on Monday.
If there’s anything that’s clear from Apple’s event Monday, it’s that the maker of premium tech products is trying to sell people on its vision for the future of services—a seemingly effortless lifestyle filled with always-accessible media, exclusive video games, and cash-back incentives from a literal titanium credit card.
The Steve Jobs Theater, at Apple's main campus in Cupertino, California, is the setting for Monday's event, which focuses on media services. The event, which will focus on Apple's future in news and streaming media, takes place at the Steve Jobs Theater on Apple's campus in Cupertino.
The Mueller Report Is Here, Apple's Big Event, and More News. Getting a good night's sleep is the latest hot trend, and of course there are gadgets for that .
On March 25, Apple will hold a long-anticipated event in which it details its upcoming streaming and media subscription services. It’s exceedingly unlikely that Apple’s services business will ever approach its iPhone sales.
On March 25, Apple will hold a long-anticipated event in which it details its upcoming streaming and media subscription services. It’s exceedingly likely that Apple’s services business will ever approach its iPhone sales.
Apple is expected to unveil a new version of the iPhone X, a lower-cost iPhone, a new Apple Watch, an update on iOS 12's release, and possibly more.Even if you're not in Cupertino, you can catch the festivities via livestream on Apple TV, on an iPhone or iPad, in a browser, and of course, by following along with our Apple iPhone 2018 liveblog here on Wired.com.How to WatchYou can watch the livestream directly from Apple's website.
Apple's own apps...well, that depends on who you ask....Wild CardsAs referenced earlier, Bloomberg reported last month that Apple plans to launch three new iPhones this year: the upgrade to the iPhone X, the larger phone with a 6.5-inch display, and the less expensive device.
The week aheadU.S.-European Trade Talks Resume, and New Apple Devices Are UnveiledAlso this week, a Census Bureau report will give a snapshot of median household income, a climate summit is set for San Francisco and the European Central Bank meets.Tim Cook, the chief executive of Apple, during the iPhone announcement event last year.