Apple is unveiling its colorful new iPhone 11. NBC’s Gadi Shwartz says one of the biggest revelations is the price:
The previous version of the popular smart phone started at $1,000. The company announced at a media event in California that its new phone comes with a dual camera system and will be available in six different colors. The new colors being added include green, yellow and purple.
Apple is also revealing the date for its new subscription TV service that will soon launch and how much it will cost. CEO Tim Cook says some people won’t have to pay anything, for a while:
The first shows from Apple+ will be available on November 1st in more than 100 countries. Cook said the service will cost just under five dollars a month. Cook made the announcement yesterday after playing the trailer for a new Jason Momoa show, “See.”