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How Apple is celebrating Black-owned businesses this Black History Month

Apple has over 500 guides in Apple Maps to help you find places to eat, shop, and explore.

In advance of Black History Month, Apple announced a slew of content across its products and services to celebrate and amplify Black creators, artists, developers, and businesses. Back in January Apple unveiled a new special edition Apple Watch Series 6 ‘Black Unity’ complete with a new band (available separately) and a special inscription.

It is also hosting roundups and spotlights on the App Store, Apple Music, Podcasts, Apple Books, the Apple TV app, Apple News, and Apple Maps. From Apple’s press release:

Customers can enjoy curated Apple Maps Guides created in collaboration with EatOkra, a Black-owned business directory app based in Brooklyn, New York. EatOkra works with local chefs to provide a food-themed directory of Black-owned restaurants in local communities. How Apple is celebrating Black-owned businesses this Black History Month

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