What you need to know
- Apple has dropped the trailer for 'Greatness Code'.
- The docu-series explores the stories of seven different athletes.
- The series will begin streaming on Apple TV+ on July 10th.
Today, Apple dropped the official trailer for its upcoming documentary series 'Greatness Code', which follows the lives of seven different athletes through seven mini-episodes.
The series will explore some of the most well-known athletes in the world, including Lebron James, Tom Brady, Alex Morgan, and Usain Bolt.
"Internationally revered athletes featured in season one include four-time NBA MVP, three-time NBA champion and two-time Olympic gold medalist Lebron James; six-time Super Bowl champion and four-time Super Bowl MVP Tom Brady; Olympic gold medalist and co-captain of the US women's national soccer team Alex Morgan; world's fastest man and eight-time Olympic champion Usain Bolt; five-time Olympic gold medalist and 15-time world champion swimmer Katie Ledecky; 11-time world champion surfer Kelly Slater."
Each episode will focus on what Apple calls a "pivotal moment that defined an athlete's career." The series is directed by Gotham Chopra and co-produced by Uninterrupted and Religion of Sports.
"Greatness Code is a landmark short-form unscripted series directed by Gotham Chopra and co-produced by Uninterrupted and Religion of Sports that spotlights untold stories from the greatest athletes in the world. The first season unfolds with seven mini-episodes, each examining a pivotal moment that defined an athlete's career."
'Greatness Code' will start streaming on Apple TV+ on July 10th. You can watch the full trailer for the upcoming series below:
NJ Supreme Court rules you can be forced to give up your phone’s passcode
In a 4-3 decision, the New Jersey Supreme Court ruled Monday that the Fifth Amendment did not protect this particular defendant.
Ooredoo ONE subscribers can now get an Apple TV 4K with their TV plan
Subscribers to Qatari TV company Ooredoo can get a free Apple TV 4K with their ONE plan right now.
EU says it is 'aware' of Facebook Gaming and Microsoft xCloud concerns
The European Commission has said it is "aware" of concerns over Apple's App Store rules regarding recent news over Microsoft's Project xCloud gaming service and Facebook Gaming.
Apple's Mac and MacBook collection all in one place
Apple's Mac laptop and desktop lineup is more versatile than you may realize.