Apple Releasing Limited-Edition Black Unity Apple Watch Series 6!! Tap to Know More !!
Apple is releasing its Watch Series 6, a sports band, and a new watch for Black History Month. Apple said the Unity Collection was designed to honor Black history and culture and the fight for racial equality. It is supporting six organizations that work on CR. Apple is releasing a Black Unity Collection for the Apple Watch to celebrate Black History Month.
The collection has three parts – the Black Unity Sport Band, a Unity watch face, and a limited edition Apple Watch Series 6 created to celebrate Black history and its culture, Apple stated in a recent press release.
Also, as said, it is committed to supporting six organizations that promote civil rights: Black Lives Matter Support Fund; European Network Against Racism; and IIR Equality & Human Rights; NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund; Leadership Conference Education Fund, Inc.; and Souls Grown Deep.
To acknowledge Black History Month, Apple brings users many new and updated collections that highlight and magnify Black creators, artists, developers, and businesses. From these features across the Apple TV app, the App Store, Apple Music, Books, and Podcasts, to new Maps Guides, Apple sessions, and more, glance at what is in Store across Apple’s products & services this Feb.
How About the App’s Store?
Throughout Feb, users can visit the App Store Black History Month Hub, spotlighting Black-owned businesses, gaming apps, and social justice apps. This StoreStore will be featuring stories with Black developers considering the significance of representation in apps and games, with creators from 2 games and Zynga.
Users experience curated Maps Guides were in collab with EatOkra, business directory app in Brooklyn, New York. It works with chefs to provide a food-themed catalogue of Black-owned restaurants in local communities.
Apple Series 6 Black Unity Watch pricing at INR40900 & Apple Watch Series 6 Black Unity (GPS + Cellular) began at INR49900. The Black Unity Sport Band is INR3900.
In Feb, Apple’s new campaign, “Hometown,” emphasizes the work of 30+ Black photographers approved by Apple. Their mission was to attract astonishing imagery of their “Hometown” from the unique lens. The Black History collections for every month, and content across Apple services will be available starting from 1st of Feb.