As you might think from the name, Apple’s yearly Worldwide Developers Conference is typically more about the fundamentals of software application advancement, instead of Hollywood-style glamour and glamour.
Still, that didn’t stop the iPhone maker from flaunting the very first trailer to “For All Humanity,” a brand-new program pertaining to Apple TELEVISION Plus, the membership vide streaming service, which has yet to reveal a particular launch date or any info on prices.
“For All Humanity” is the creation of Ronald D. Moore, best understood for his deal with “Star Trek: The Next Generation,” and other “Star Trek” reveals, along with for showrunning the 2004 “Battlestar Galactica” reboot.
This time out, Moore is taking us to an alternate history where the Soviets obviously won the race to put a male on the moon, stimulating America to press even further into area expedition.
“Informed through the lives of NASA astronauts, engineers and their households, For All Humanity provides an aspirational world where NASA and the area program stayed a concern and a centerpiece of our hopes and dreams,” states Apple’s main run-through.
You can see the trailer listed below: