Apple has launched the Black Unity Collection for February to celebrate Black History Month. It includes a special edition Sport Loop that can be used on select Apple Watch models, as well as new content and curated collections for multiple iOS platforms.
2023 Sport unit ring in black(Opens in new tab)Made from intricately woven threads, which spell out “Unity” in the same colors as the Pan African flag. show last year. The bracelet is available in two sizes: 41mm and 45mm.Apple Watch SEAnd Apple Watch Series 4Newer or alternative f [the] Apple Watch UltraOnly in the 45mm range Apple Watch and iPhone users can also download the Pan-African watch face as well as the phone wallpaper, which will be available next week. Both designs require that their devices run watchOS 9.3 or iOS 16.3; neither have been officially released. Both are currently in beta.
Apple is likely to hint at the software requirements that watchOS 9.3 and iOS 16.3 will launch sooner than expected. To me Bloomberg Mark Gorman(Opens in new tab)The update is expected to be released in February or March. We asked Apple if the update was both. watchOS 9.3.0 updateAnd iOS 16.3It will launch next week with the Black Unity Collection. If we hear from you, we will update this story.
Sport Loop is available for purchase on the other side. Online Apple Store(Opens in new tab)For $49. You can also purchase the band in person at selected Apple Store locations starting January 2.
Apple and the Smithsonian have collaborated to create a series guides to Apple Maps that highlight key moments in civil rights movements over the past century. Each guide covers a specific period and the events that took place. For example, you can file Fragment 1960-1978(Opens in new tab)Instead, think of Martin Luther King Jr. Directory 1980-2020(Opens in new tab)More contemporary history touches such as Black Lives Matter.
Apple Fitness PlusSubscribers will receive new episodes of Time to Walk or Time to Run every Monday, January 30th. Patti LaBelle, a well-known R&B singer, will be featured in the episode. She will provide some insights into her personal life and family. Time to Run is a showcase of South Los Angeles’ music and artists who “helped put West Coast hip hop on the map”.
Most curated collections are just this: A collection of content focused on black artists. Apple Books, for example, will increase its Read More Black Authors collection to connect readers (and audiobook listeners!) to books “across genres”. Apple MusicHe was updated For us, by us Playlist(Opens in new tab)To house more songs that are based on “resilience or resistance”,
Apple Podcasts will highlight shows about black media and how it affects the world. However, you will need to wait a while before you can listen. This collection will be available on February 1, 2013.
We have already mentioned iOS 16.3, but this update contains an important fix. The random green and yellow lines appearing on the iPhone screen when it boots up. The Home app is responsible for this phenomenon. You should check out TechRadar coverageThis is a somewhat annoying problem.
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