Apple announces International Women's Day collection on Apple TV
What you need to know
- Apple has released a new collection for its Apple TV app in celebration of International Women's Day
- It will feature movies and TV shows from women "who are changing the narrative".
- You'll also be able to get extended free trials for services like Starz, Britbox and History Vault for a limited time.
Apple has announced that it will release a new International Women's Day collection of content for the Apple TV app, as part of its month-long celebration of International Women's Day 2020.
In a press release Apple stated:
Now, unfortunately, there seems to be a problem with the content just now, as the link to the page doesn't lead anywhere, and correcting the domain to '.com' doesn't fix the issue. However once up and running, you'll be able to see a collection of different movies and TVs from a variety of sources including Apple TV+, the iTunes store, and streaming apps, as well as premium TV channels.
Apple had previously announced a series of Today at Apple workshops that would take place throughout March.
Apple has also confirmed that the App Store will celebrate women who develop apps and games, offering a new App of the Day and Game of the Day highlighting work by female developers, designers, and entrepreneurs.
It also plans to release a new curated collection on Apple Podcasts called "Changing the Narrative". Finally, there will also be an Apple Watch activity challenge held on March 8.
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