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Apple’s 2022 Holiday Gift Guide Is Now Live

Apple has shared specifics of its new 2022 Getaway Reward Guidebook, entire with iPhones, iPads, and Apple Watches arranged in traditional getaway decorations.

The new Getaway Reward Information is out there on the Apple web site and serves as a way for men and women to select presents that can be picked up for spouse and children and friends.

Apple Suppliers around the environment are also acquiring involved, supplying custom-made purchasing activities for individuals who want to go to a store and communicate to a person.

Apple has also verified that it has extended its return coverage for the year, with men and women who buy eligible buys nowadays ready to return them till January 8, 2023. That implies that individuals can obtain gifts safe and sound in the awareness that they will be ready to return them for an exchange or refund if desired. Apple notes that any product acquired through carrier financing isn’t integrated below, nevertheless.

The getaway spirit carries on with Apple sharing a Carols Protected playlist in Apple Audio, when the Apple Tv set+ motion picture Spirited and other vacation-themed content will be offered to look at on the streaming provider, much too.

Apple Health and fitness+ is also obtaining in on the act, with Apple suggesting that people today “get a bounce on your New Year’s goals” by working with the support. Additional than 3,000 workouts and prescription drugs are obtainable and people never want to use an Apple Look at with iOS 16.1 installed

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Let’s get loud: EOS-based Aussie music platform Emanate coming live to Ethereum soon

The EOS-built decentralised music-sharing platform Emanate (EMT) has plenty going on under the hood and is set to open it all up to Ethereum via Uniswap. We caught up with Jimi Frew and Sean Gardner – two of the founders from the under-the-radar Aussie project.


Let’s start with the elevator pitch. How would you describe Emanate?  

JF: It’s a platform for music sharing, collaboration and distribution, focused on the Web3 environment. It’s designed to close the relationship gap between artists, labels and their communities and make it super easy to monetise your love of music.

So is disrupting the traditional music industry a narrative the project plays into? Was that the spark for the idea?

JF: Yeah, the idea was originally about improving efficiency and collaboration opportunities in music. The legacy music industry is still built around outdated systems and processes. So for Emanate, the opportunity was shifting how music is shared and consumed as we bring it out of the dark ages.

Would you say Emanate is all about putting artists first? 

JF: It’s more about empowering anyone who contributes value. So it could be the artists, music collectives/labels, community influencers or super fans. There’s a lot of scope here for automation and increased transparency – and that will ultimately put more revenue in the pockets of artists.

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