Apple has just presented several services that will be part of the future of the company. The new Apple News, the credit card of Apple and it’s game service Arcade are very interesting news, but Apple TV + is the jewel in the crown. Half of the presentation has focused on Apple TV + and Apple has managed to reunite a great cast of stars at the Steve Jobs Theater.
We have seen many of them sitting in the front rows of the theater, but others have come on stage to tell us their series and exclusive productions of Apple TV +.
Hollywood stars have accompanied Apple in the keynote
It is curious but Apple has presented a video service without showing just trailers of their productions, the Cupertino have thought that there was no one better than the protagonists themselves to tell the stories they have created.
The director Steven Spielberg was the first to go on stage to tell us his new series called Amazing Stories. The director has taken a standing ovation when appearing on stage and has been especially emotional when talking about his new series that will tell us incredible stories.
Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon
The two actresses have presented their new series called The Morning Show and have also been enthusiastic, especially Jennifer Aniston. They are joined by Steve Carell who will also appear on the show.
Jason Momoa and Alfre Woodard
Another one that has been most enthusiastic about the stage is Aquaman himself, Jason Momoa and Alfre Woodard have presented their See series where the environment will be the protagonist.
The actor and comedian born in Pakistan will also have a series on Apple TV + that will tell stories of immigrants who came to the US, is called Little America and the actor has been very identified in these stories.
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JJ Abrams and Sara Bareilles
The director and the singer JJ Abrams and Sara Bareilles have presented their series called Little Voice that tells us the life of the beginnings in the music of the artists in the city of New York.
The last celebrity to go on stage has been Oprah Winfrey and her role has been a very protagonist. She has been excited to collaborate with Apple and will have two documentaries on Apple TV +.