While most of the hype from Apple's latest event was surrounding the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro (deservedly so), that isn't the only Apple-related venture dropping this week. Today (September 19), Apple is unleashing Apple Arcade, a venture that's aimed to do for the world of gaming what iTunes did for music (or what Netflix has done for TV and film). The one question people have is, obviously, "what the hell is Apple Arcade?"

We get it; Apple's revolutionized the smartphone game with the iPhone, and anyone with a smartphone at least has a few games and time-wasters that they dive into when waiting for the train or when they should be paying attention during a meeting. It'd make sense for Apple to dive into this realm; hell, they made sure to note how their upgraded chips will handle gaming specifically, but this venture here? This is something different.

For anyone who has questions about what Apple Arcade actually means, we've got you covered. Here's everything you need to know before you eventually sign up.

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