Apple unveiled its new streaming service, a credit card, and a news subscription service during a Monday event at its Cupertino, California, headquarters. The forthcoming streaming platform is called AppleTV+ and will feature content from Oprah, Stephen Spielberg, Sesame Street, and dozens more big-name creators. There's no word on a price for the service, but it's set to launch this fall. The new Apple Card is a fee-free digital credit platform where users earn 2 percent cash back on all Apple Pay purchases. They can access the card via the iPhone Wallet app or with a physical titanium card. The new expansion of Apple News will offer content from more than 300 magazines for $9.99 per month.

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