A new feature is coming to the App Store 08:54

Apple has announced the launch of a new section in the App Store called “Apple Apps”. Information about it has officially appeared area companies.

This section includes apps for iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Mac, and Apple TV, developed and supported directly by Apple, not by third parties. This list specifically includes the Safari browser, iMessage messenger, Final Cut Pro video editor and more.

“Connect, create, and complete tasks with powerful and intuitive apps designed to be accessible, private, and secure,” reads the new chapter’s description.

Apple has divided all of its services into several categories. Options currently available include Communication, Creativity, Productivity, Discovery, Entertainment and more. There are eight chapters in total.

Next week, on September 12, Apple will hold a big fall presentation that will showcase the new iPhone, Apple Watch and AirPods.

Previous insider reportedIt is stated that the new iPad Pro may have a record amount of internal memory for all tablets in the world.

Source: Gazeta


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