I know it seems crazy to just go out and buy a phone, but Apple is launching a new product line today.
The company is rolling out the Apple Watch, Apple Music, a new version of Apple’s App Store and the Apple TV on the App Store.
The watch will be priced at $299 and be available in April for $400.
The new Apple TV is also priced at just $300 and is available in the spring for $399.
The Apple Watch will be available on June 10 for $349 and will be sold at $599.
Apple also released a new, redesigned version of the Apple Podcast app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch on Tuesday.
The revamped app allows users to search for podcasts and playlists.
The update comes in a big way, but not to everyone’s surprise.
Apple is reportedly working to add more than 100 million podcasts and 5 million music streams to the AppStore.
It was originally scheduled to launch at the end of March.
The updated AppStore app also includes support for Apple Music.
Apple announced last week that it was adding podcasts and podcasts shows to its iOS platform, including an Apple Podcasts app that will allow users to subscribe to podcasts and listen to podcasts.