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Apple presents ‘Losing Alice’, a series with a complex narrative that will captivate you and that will be available very soon on the platform.

This psychological thriller of the neo-noir genre – black film – comes from the hand of Sigal Avin, who acts as creator, writer and director. The production is carried out by Dori Media and HOT.

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‘Losing Alice’: the new Apple TV + series

The new original series of Apple TV + will embark on a complex narrative full of flashbacks and flashforwards that “will captivate viewers through the conscious and subconscious mind of the protagonist.” A protagonist, by the way, played by the actress Ayelet Zurer.

After a brief encounter in a train car, the protagonist named Alice becomes obsessed with a 24-year-old femme fatale named Sophie (played by Lihi Kornowski) and eventually sacrifices his moral integrity in order to achieve power, relevance and success.

The series will explore all sorts of diverse issues like jealousy, guilt, fear of aging, and complex relationships between women.

Apple has not yet shared any trailer for the series or detailed how many chapters the first season will have. But, inquiring, we were able to find an official trailer for the series presented at the Cannes Film Festival.

The date of the premiere of this new Apple TV + series is still unknown. You can subscribe to the audiovisual content platform of the bitten apple logo company for 4.99 euros per month and you have a free trial period for a week.

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Apple AirPods Pro down to just £205 at Laptops Direct – saving £44

EARBUDS are here to stay, and Apple’s AirPods are the most easily recognisable.

The Airpods Pro are a more expensive option, but they’re currently cheaper at Laptops Direct.

2 You can save £44 on the Airpods Pro at Laptops Direct

The retailer had the earbuds down to £219 last month, but the new price is even cheaper.

Of course it’s not unusual for tech to lower in price the longer it’s available, but the Airpods Pro are creeping closer to £200.

  • Apple Airpods Pro, £205 (save £44) at Laptops Direct - buy here

They’re the best option of the two Apple models if budget allows, and the new price is a sizeable discount.

Still priced at £249 on the official Apple Store, that means you can get them for £44 less.

2 The Bluetooth earbuds come with a wireless charging case

Laptops Direct’s £205 is the cheapest price we can see for the Pros anywhere, and almost the cheapest they’ve ever been.

Previously the lowest was £204.50 on Amazon - according to price tracking website Camelcamelcamel - so Laptops Direct’s price is just 50p more expensive.

It’s the cheapest around right now though, as the Airpods Pro are now £209 on Amazon.

Even better, Laptops Direct offers free shipping to most of the UK: so the price could be £205, delivered.

If you’re not sure whether to opt for the Pro model over the cheaper Airpods, there are some key differences.

Both come with the ubiquitous wireless charging case, but Airpods Pros have three key benefits.

Firstly, they are sweat and water-resistant, so offer a better option for gym-goers.

The Pros also include active noise-cancelling (ACN) for isolating music or calls from background noise.

And lastly, they also include varied sizes of silicone ear tips for improved comfort options.

That may not be news if you’re already in the market for a pair, but hopefully the new lower price is - and can help you save even more.

  • Apple Airpods Pro, £205 (save £44) at Laptops Direct - buy here

All prices in this article were correct at the time of writing, but may have since changed. Always do your own research before making any purchase.

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