(Pocket-lint) - Apple held its "show time" event at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, using the event to launch a number of new Apple services.
Here's everything that was announced and how to watch the event again.
Can I watch the Apple event again?
Apple will host the livestream of the 25 March event the Apple webpage - so you can head over there to watch it again, or for the first time if you didn't catch it live.
There are a lot of big names on stage, so if you're a Hollywood fan, you might want to tune in.
What did Apple announce at the special event
Apple announced the expected evolution of its news service, introducing the new $9.99 a month option that will give you access to premium magazine content in your Apple News app. You'll be able to access current and past issue content from magazines such as The Atlantic, Elle, Entertainment Weekly, Esquire, Good Housekeeping, GQ, National Geographic, The New Yorker, Rolling Stone, Runner's World, Sports Illustrated, TIME, Vanity Fair, Vogue, Wired.
Apple News+ will suggest content to you so there's always something engaging for you to read and it will be reformatted with things like animated covers to make it more engaging.
Apple Card is a credit card for your iPhone as Apple moves to offer more Apple Pay services. The new Apple Card will live in the Apple Wallet app, with all the details of your spending right there, so there's no need for additional banking apps. You can apply for the card via your iPhone, use it anywhere you can use Apple Pay, and earn cashback as you do so. You'll also get a titanium laser-etched physical card for those locations that don't accept Apple Pay.
Apple Arcade is a subscription gaming service that will let you pay one monthly fee of $9.99 and access hundreds of games. It won't be a streaming service, it will just give you access to all those titles so you can download and play. The service will be going live in fall 2019.
Apple's big new service is TV+. Like News+, Apple is focusing on bringing more content to the Apple TV app, with new subscription content. The app has been redesigned - which everyone will get - while the + side of the service will bring you new and exclusive content. It will be launching in fall 2019 and big names like Reece Witherspoon, Oprah, JJ Abrams and Steven Spielberg are all involved with new shows. At the moment the price is unknown, but it will be a global service.
Apple is also increasing partnerships and subscriptions within the Apple TV app, meaning you can subscribe through the app and integrate content from other channels.