Apple's latest ad campaign kills two birds with one stone, with short videos chronicling the process of creating posters for Apple TV+ originals "Dickinson" and "For All Mankind" using iPad Pro and Apple Pencil.
Hailee Steinfeld gives a true star performance in Apple TV+'s "Dickinson," where early episodes depicting the modernization of Emily Dickinson's life offer a promising start that could lead to so much more as the series and Apple's new service develop.
After months of rumor, speculation and fanfare, Apple's first foray into video streaming, Apple TV+, launched on Friday at midnight Pacific, offering customers and media a first look at what the tech company brings to an already crowded table.
Following the premiere of Apple TV+ original series "Dickinson" at St. Ann's Warehouse in Brooklyn on Thursday, Apple revealed the show's entire first season will be available from day one when the streaming service debuts on Nov. 1.
Apple is continuing to promote 'Dickinson,' one of the shows that will be available at the launch of Apple TV+ in November, with the latest 'Immortality' trailer highlighting the struggles of the poet's fight for equality alongside men.