Apple has announced its newest bundle of educational games and financial education apps, and the online educational games are a big hit.
Apple’s free educational games bundle includes an online version of the popular Minecraft game and financial apps for the Apple Watch.
Apple also announced the Apple Education bundle for free, which includes Apple Watch apps for free.
The bundle will be available from September 19 through September 26.
“The Apple Education bundles for iOS and OS X have been highly successful, with Apple Watch owners earning a total of $1.2 billion in revenue over the last three years,” Apple said in a statement.
“And we want to keep building on that momentum with new educational products that are also great for the iOS and Mac platforms.”
Read moreApple’s latest offering includes a new version of Minecraft for iOS, with the game being updated to support Apple Watch support.
Minecraft, which was released in 2014, has a robust community of millions of players, with over 200 million people playing the game.
It was also a hit on the iPhone and iPad, where it was recently added to the App Store.
Apple’s financial education offerings include a new online version for Apple Watch, Apple Watch OS X, and Apple Watch Simulator, and are also available for download through the AppStore.
The financial education bundle includes a free version of Apple Watch with an in-app purchase for $199.
The full bundle costs $399.
Apple also announced an updated version of its online educational game, Apple Pay, that is now available for free in the Appstore.
Apple Pay is an Apple Pay debit card that lets users send and receive cash from their Apple Pay account.
Apple recently announced that the new Apple Pay will be added to Apple Watch in September, with a new payment method being announced in June.
Read moreMoreApple has also announced a new iOS app for financial education, which allows users to buy and sell shares with Apple Pay.
The app, titled Apple Pay for Education, allows users, including students, to buy shares in stocks, ETFs, or bonds using their Apple Watch as a payment method.
Apple has been trying to ramp up its financial education business with the launch of its financial app store in October.
The new app will enable users to make purchases and manage their finances from their wrist.