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Apple TV+ is turning into a hitmaker

The Weekender
Ted Lasso wasn’t a fluke.
Apple TV+ scored its first big hit with that screwball sports comedy, but now it’s got not one but three simultaneous winners on its hands:
  1. Severance, a weird, sci-fi-tinged thriller that just wrapped its mind-wiping first season (and got renewed for a second one).
  2. CODA, the charming, Oscar-winning film about a teen girl who is the only hearing member of a deaf family.
  3. And now Slow Horses, the spy series starring a flatulent Gary Oldman that premiered April 1.
All three of them ranked in the top 10 across streaming services last week. It’s been a slow start, but after a couple of years, Apple TV+ is finally a serious streaming contender.
– Lewis Wallace, managing editor
P.S. Also this week: We’ve got a date for WWDC22 (hear our predictions for Apple’s big event in our podcast). Plus, iWork adds major new features, more juicy Apple rumors spill, and Ukrainians use Find My to watch Russian troop movements in real time.

News and opinion
These 3 hits prove Apple TV+ is a serious streaming contender
WWDC22 starts June 6, will be ‘online-only’ (with a twist)
Ukrainians use ‘Find My’ to track Russian troops who stole devices
iWork 12 adds features to better compete with Microsoft Office
Apple just can’t resist BS like its $129 Thunderbolt cable
iPhone saves snowboarder after plunge into icy crevasse at 10,000 feet
How to watch 'Friday Night Baseball' on Apple TV+ for free
How to take screenshots on Mac
EasySelfie is a stick and tripod for iPhone that does it all — save 33%
Record your wildest adventures with the ‘world’s smallest action cam’
Host professional websites for life at one low price with PixelHost
Cut the repetition and learn something new with this Mac app bundle
'Severance' season finale goes out with a bang [Apple TV+ recap]
Credit card-size item tracker supports Apple’s brilliant ‘Find My’ network [Review]
Colorful Cordura bands for Apple Watch are tough but comfortable
Laut Huex case with MagSafe keeps iPhone protected and looking good
New iPad Air dresses up festive ‘pink’ MacBook Air workstation
New Mac Studio pairs with imposing 5K display in pristine rig
Which monitor gets the boot when the new Studio Display shows up?
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