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Apple Is Staging a December Press Event, But Its Products Won't Be in the Spotlight

2 monthes ago   |   By Fortune

Apple's hardware might have taken its business to new heights over the past decade, but a press event scheduled for December 2 will shine a bright light on software. More than anything, it'll shine a light on how things have changed in Cupertino.
On December 2, Apple will hold a press event in New York City where it plans to discuss “our favorite apps and games of 2019.” The invite it sent to press outlets on Monday featured a tagline that read, “Loved by millions. Created by the best.”
Hyperbole aside, Apple's own acknowledgement that software, and not hardware, will take center stage at...
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