Apple honors veterans with stories, new Apple Watch Activity award
What you need to know
- Apple is honoring veterans in a few different ways this year.
- The annual Veterans Day sees Apple promoting veterans in various ways.
- This year includes stories, an Activity award, and more.
This Veterans Day sees Apple honoring veterans (opens in new tab) and their families in a few different ways, not least by supporting organizations that aim to help those who need it most. There is even an Activity award, animated stickers for Apple Watch users, too.
Apple also promotes a number of apps via the App Store, all of which help those serving in the military.
Apple is also offering a four-month free trial of Apple Music for veterans who sign up any time this month. Special pricing is available on Apple products and accessories, too.
Apple is also celebrating veteran stories in the Apple TV and Apple Books apps.
Finally, Apple Watch wearers can look forward to a special Activity award and animated stickers in honor of Veterans Day.
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