To celebrate Black History Month, Apple is once again releasing a new Apple Watch Unity Sport Loop band, new watch faces, and some special content across the service to celebrate the Black community.
This year’s Black Unity Sport Loop Apple Watch Band features the word “Unity” abstractly woven into the band using red, green, and black threads in honor of the Pan-African flag. In contrast, the unique layering of threads gives the letters a three-dimensional effect. Additionally, the Unity Mosaic watch face incorporates green, black, red, and yellow geometric shapes, and as the minutes change, each digit uses part of the other digits to transform into a new shape. increase. iPhone users can also show their support with a new Unity wallpaper for the lock screen.
Each of Apple’s apps also includes:
App store: The App Store will highlight apps and games that create creative solutions for the Black community in areas such as music, banking, and games. Among these apps and games, in 2022 he has the App Store award winning Dot’s Home. The game is designed to educate users about the housing disparities experienced in communities of color, and financial wellness apps such as Goalsetter, Altro, and CapWay are empowering communities with finance . means.
Apple Music: Apple Music highlights the myriad ways Black artists have contributed to music and culture across all genres through healing, improvisation, reinvention, and more. for example, for us, by us The playlist will be updated to capture expressions of resilience and resistance.
Apple TV app: Viewers can access the Apple TV app to explore series and films curated by Dr. Jelani Cobb, Dean of the Columbia University School of Journalism and staff writer for The New Yorker. The theme of this year’s collection is ‘The Matter of Black Lives’ and focuses on stories that illustrate his three pillars: ‘Freedom in Black’, ‘Love in Spite Of’ and ‘The Mosaic’.
Apple Fitness Plus: The service will share new workouts featuring playlists honoring black artists, as well as new meditations dedicated to Black History Month led by Fitness Plus trainer JoAnna Hardy.
Apple News: Throughout the month, Apple News will feature compelling articles, interviews and audio stories about the Black experience in America, including perspectives and analysis from top journalists.
Apple Podcast: Starting February 1st, Apple Podcasts will showcase how black music, media, space and theory can positively impact our understanding of the world and each other, by creators Bridget Todd, Bob the Drag Queen and Monet. spotlight a show that embodies black ubiquity. X Change, and Apple Music’s Ebro Darden.
Apple book: During Black History Month, Apple Books introduces the Read More Black Authors collection, connecting readers and listeners with great books and audiobooks across genres.