Each week Apple offers a mix of original Movies, TV Shows, Music and Arcade experiences available across all your screens - allowing you to pick-up where you left off. Here's our run down of what to add to your Up Next queue and gaming backlogs this week.
Apple Developer App | June 22 - 26 | NR
Apple offer a glipse into the future of iOS, watchOS, tvOS and macOS with its annual World Wide Developers Conference. As per tradition this years online-only event kicks off with Apple's Opening Keynote on June 22nd, shortly followed by a Platform State of the Union, then starting June 23rd technical and design-focused sessions will be published each day at 10 am PT. Apple TV users can catch the week of events in full via the Apple Developer app.
Visit Screen Times throughout the week for our indepth WWDC Apple TV/tvOS coverage.
Apple TV+ | 1 hr 20 min | TV-14
The directorial feature-length debut from Bryce Dallas Howard - produced by father Ron Howard - explores contemporary fatherhood through testimonies and wisdom from famous funny men, combining those antidotes with portraits of non-celebrity dads from around the world - including Brazil, Japan and the United States.
Apple TV+ | S1, E5 | 24 min | TV-14
The ominously titled 'Dog Spray Afternoon' is the latest episode from this hilarious animated musical. Owen grapples with a graffiti artist and Helen plots against Bitsy's dog, Shampagne.
Other Apple TV Highlights:
NetFlix | 1 hr 40 min | TV-MA
Laverne Cox's heartfelt documentary explores experiences of leading trans creatives and thinkers as they open up with their perspectives and analysis regarding Hollywood's historical impact on the trans community.
Showtime | 1 hr 32 min | NR
This 2018 documentary recounts the story of one of history's most talented technology teams. From the first smartphones to social media, e-commerce, eBay and emojis, the ideas that now dominate the tech industry were born at General Magic, a 1989 Silicon Valley start-up. WWDC week seems as good a time as any to watch this truly inspiring work.
Hulu | 10 episodes | TV-14
Inspired and set in the same world as 2018 hit movie 'Love, Simon', this story of self-discovery tackles challenges at home along with the struggle to adjust to new surroundings whilst being true to ones self and their sexual orientation.
HBO | S1, E1 | June 21 | TV-MA
Beautfully shot new series 'Perry Mason' sees a child kidnapping gone very, very wrong, as the detective is in relentless pursuit of the truth in this slow-brooding tale of redemption. Perry Mason fans should expect to wait until the mid-way point of the season for the court-room drama synonymous with the character.
HBO Max | S3, E1 | June 25 | TV-MA
Revived after a two year hiatus, the comedy centres around four self-absorbed 20-something hipsters whose friendships corrode under the pressure of covering up a semi-accidental murder. If you have never seen this show before, be sure to watch the highly bingeable first two seasons on HBO Max before season 3 comes around.
Apple Arcade Updates:
Apple Arcade | Action | 12 +
The secret agent game full of fast cars continues to see frequent updates. Users now have reason to play every day with new Daily Crisis, along with new mission 'Loose Cannons'. Survive CLAW villains within in a winter-esque scene and play this game before it selfs destructs in 3,2,1...
Apple Arcade | Adventure | 12 +
The debut game from Stave Studios sees you stay undercover in this Hitchcockian World War Two spy thriller. Already at version 2.0, this beautiful stylised game adds a story expansion called 'King of the Mountain' where you take on the role of a new spy as she takes on the 1939 Swiss Grand Prix. This game is as watchable as it is playable.
Apple Arcade | Casual | 4 +
Bandai Namco's reimagining of this classic has seen a lot of improvements since its debut on Apple Arcade last year. It's latest update includes two new powerups, a new character, fifteen new mazes and some gameplay refinements. There's more than enough here to give players a reason to give this game another go.
Apple Arcade | Casual | 4 +
Easily one of the most original takes on Pinball in recent memory, Frosty Pop's dungeon crawler 'The Pinball Wizard' adds a new save paradigm, a new endless dungeon with multiple rooms and more. Frustrating at times but rewarding, this game will have you stroking your beard like the title character, whether you have one of not.