DrBlack History Month is celebrated every February in the USA and Canada to commemorate important figures from the African diaspora. This year, Apple is also putting the art and culture of the black population in the spotlight through various campaigns. Throughout February, Apple customers will have access to new and updated collections, as well as exclusive content that spotlights black artists, developers, and companies. Apple Music, Apple Music Radio, and Apple Music TV honor the black artists who have shaped global music and pop culture with special playlists, original videos, and other content. Apple Book Store offers a wide range of books and audiobooks by black authors. On Apple Podcasts, those interested can hear the voices of black characters, including Michelle Obama. Not all offers will be available in Germany.
Limited Apple Watch introduced
In conjunction with Black History Month, Apple introduces a Black Unity collection that celebrates and celebrates black history and culture. The set includes a limited edition Apple Watch Series 6, the Black Unity sports band, and the Unity watch face. As part of this effort, Apple supports six global organizations to advance their mission to advance and enforce equality and civil rights in the United States and around the world. By the special design, the manufacturer wants to pay tribute to the ongoing struggle for racial justice. Inspired by the call to action from both the historical and current movement, the Black Unity sport bracelet is laser-engraved with “Truth. Strength. Solidarity”. Inside of stainless steel fixing pin.
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