The video-on-demand service Apple TV + has been available to subscribers for 15 months – and last weekend it reached more viewers than ever before. As Deadline reported, the audience numbers rose by 33 percent. This is due to an expanded range of series that started with the second season of Dickinson and Servant can wait – the latter seems to attract more and more viewers. Also the newly started mystery series Losing Alice already has four episodes and, according to the deadline, arouses the interest of subscribers.
The driving force behind the excellent numbers is the new drama Palmer by director Fisher Stevens: It’s about a convicted fraudster (Justin Timberlake) who takes a job as a janitor after his release from prison – and befriends an unconventionally thinking child.
“Unity” design for Apple stores and devices
In order to take due account of Black History Month, Apple has created a new design called “Unity”, which is reflected in the colors of the pan-African flag: Since watchOS 7.3, users have been able to use a corresponding face for their Apple Watch, and there is also a special edition the clock in Apple Online Store available.
Now Apple is also making wallpapers for the Mac, iPhone and iPad available. If you are interested in this, Apple equips it Website a visit. In the watch area, a click on “Further information” is enough to get to the wall papers. As it now turns out, Cupertino also seems to be adapting its own stores optically – and giving them the pan-African color scheme:
Source: @ 432daiki via Twitter
The photos of the Twitter user @ 432daiki prove the redesign of a Tokyo Apple store: the colors red, green and black set special accents and can also be found in the interior. As part of the celebrations for Black History Month, Cupertino would like to shine with further initiatives: Certain “Today at Apple” sessions address the topic: