Apple Arcade Launches Along With iOS 13 and watchOS 6
Apple Arcade officially launched on Thursday after the company released its latest version of the iPhone’s operating system, iOS 13. The $4.99 per month service gives users access to 100+ games without ads or in-app purchases. All games are premium titles from names like Lego, Konami, Unisoft, and more.
Upon updating to iOS 13, users will find the Apple Arcade tab on the bottom of the App Store app. They’ll also notice several other changes along with the iOS 13 update unrelated to the Apple Arcade.
Announced at the WWDC this past June, iOS 13 includes a lot of exciting changes across Photos, Maps, privacy, and more. Photos will now be organized more cohesively with intelligent thumbnails and improved navigation; Maps now includes a street view feature called Look Around; an Apple ID can now be used to sign in to various websites and apps offering a secure way to sign up for a new service; Dark Mode is now available; and you can also swipe to text, just like an Android.