In February, Apple will release Apple Watch Black Unity Sport Loop, iPhone wallpaper, and TV/film collections as part of Black History Month.
The word "Unity" is woven abstractly into the band, while a special layering of yarns gives the letters a sense of three-dimensionality, and as the minutes change, pieces of other numbers form new shapes.
Apple has made a $49.50 purchase for the Black Unity Sport Loop. It will only be available at Apple stores starting January 24.
The Black Unity Braided Solo Loop and the Black Unity Sport Band are still offered by Apple.
The iPhone 8 and later Apple Watch Series 4 and later will get a new iPhone Black Unity wallpaper and an Apple Watch face "next week."
For you to use the wallpaper and watch face on your iPhone, you will need to have iOS 16.3 and your Apple Watch will need to have watchOS 9.3 installed.
Apple is also celebrating Black History Month with a host of educational tools from Apple Maps, the App Store, Apple TV, Fitness+, Podcasts, Music, Books, and other.