What you need to know
- Apple Music is holding a Up Next Live concert series in select Apple stores throughout the summer.
- The concert series is being headlined by artists Bad Bunny and Khalid.
- Tickets are open to the public.
Apple is holding seven special concerts this summer as part of its Apple Music "Up Next Live" concert series. The concerts will be held at seven different Apple stores around the world will feature prominent music artists like Khalid and Bad Bunny.
Here's what Apple had to say on the concert series:
This summer, seven of music's brightest rising stars will play intimate after‑hours concerts at seven marquee Apple Store locations around the world. All of the artists are alumni of Apple Music's Up Next program; some are on the brink of massive success, while others have already achieved it. Either way, you'll never see them perform like this again.
Here's how the concerts break out concerning their headliner, location and date:
- Bad Bunny - Apple Piazza Liberty in Milan, Italy - July 9
- Jessie Reyez - Apple Union Square in San Francisco, California - July 19
- King Princess - Apple Williamsburg in Brooklyn, New York - July 25
- Lewis Capaldi - Apple Champs-Élysées in Paris, Fance - July 31
- Daniel Caesar - Apple Convent Garde in London, England - August 9
- Ashley McBryde - Apple Michigan Ave in Chicago, Illinois - August 16
- Khalid - Apple Carnegie Library in Washington D.C. - August 23
The concert series will run throughout the summer with Khalid serving as the closing act on August 23. Apple is opening up the concert to the public, you just have to apply to tickets through the concert page. Applicants must be 16 years or older.
We may earn a commission for purchases using our links. Learn more.
Apple releases iPadOS 13.5.1
Apple has released iPadOS 13.5.1, which fixes some security bugs.
Apple might be giving people a reason to upgrade their 2012 MacBook Pro
Anyone who still uses a 2012 MacBook Pro should probably look to upgrade it sooner rather than later following a report that claims Apple will label it "obsolete" this month.
New report backs up claims that we'll wait until October for iPhone 12
Apple would normally announce its new iPhones in September, but the coronavirus situation seems to have put paid to that. All eyes are now on October instead.
Don't let the OLED screen on your iPhone X break — get a screen protector
If you want to protect your iPhone X, a screen protector is the way to go: Here are the best options you can buy right now.