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Apple TV+ will turn award-winning book Five Days at Memorial into a limited series. It’s a nonfiction story set in Memorial Medical Center in New Orleans in the immediate aftermath of the deadly Hurricane Katrina.
The project is being headed by Oscar winner John Ridley and Emmy winner Carlton Cuse.
Upcoming live-action Disney movie Mulan will be available to purchase through Apple’s TV app, Variety reports.
A remake of the 1998 animated movie, the 2020 Mulan will cost $29.99 to purchase on third-party platforms — Apple’s included — starting September 4. If that’s the only Disney content you’re interested in seeing right now, that’s actually cheaper than watching it via Disney+.
Apple has debuted a new, free-to-watch documentary on Apple TV, directed by renowned photographer Ryan McGinley. Infinite Canvas follows “seven visionary artists as they push the boundaries of their work by exploring the uncharted territory of augmented reality art.”
The film is based on an AR[T] experimental art series that Apple staged last year at Apple Stores in San Francisco, New York, London, Paris, Hong Kong, and Tokyo.
More than ever, it’s easy to carry stress throughout the day and into the night. Research shows that sleep quality is one of the most important indicators of overall health. And if you want a reliable way to feel your best, it’s getting a good night’s sleep.
This streaming service, loaded with content designed to calm your mind, will take you to the Land of Zzzzs …
NBCUniversal’s streaming service Peacock launched Wednesday, complete with iOS and Apple TV apps.
Peacock, which joins a plethora of similar streaming services, has been up and running for Comcast’s Xfinity X1 and Flex cable customers since April. However, today it gets a wider U.S. release, with both paid and free tiers.
YouTube videos available in super-sharp 4K can finally be enjoyed on Apple devices this fall. Not only will 4K content be available on Apple TV, but also on iPhone and iPad, according to the first iOS 14 beta.