Apple today announced the launch of its 2022 Holiday Gift Guide and seasonal content for its services.

Starting today, Apple’s annual Holiday Gift Guide is available on its website to help customers choose the right gifts more easily. Simultaneously, Apple Store locations around the world will provide personalized assistance with holiday shopping, gift recommendations, and delivery and pickup options. Apple also highlighted its trade-in values, carrier agreements, free engravings, financing options, device setup assistance, and extended return policy.

Alongside the Holiday Gift Guide, Apple highlighted the premiere of “Spirited” on Apple TV+ later this month, a Christmas musical starring Ryan Reynolds and Will Ferrell, and Carols Covered and Classical Carols playlists. Covered on Apple Music.

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