As you might have heard, Apple has been on a buying spree of shows, recently picking up a handful of new series, such as one by La La Land’s director and another starring Kristen Wiig. However the question many have regarding these shows is where will Apple be launching them on?


Right now Apple has bundled some shows with Apple Music, but given the focus of Apple Music is on, well, music, bundling movies and drama series with it doesn’t seem like the right fit. However it seems that Apple has yet to officially confirm anything, although Apple exec Eddy Cue has stated that they will reveal their plans in a “little bit of time”.

This is according to a tweet by Bloomberg’s Lucas Shaw in which Cue was quoted as saying about Apple’s original programming plans, “We’re not quite ready yet to talk about it. We have an incredibly talented group to work on it. Hopefully you’ll hear a lot more about this in a little bit of time.”

There are some who believe that Apple should actually bundle all of its services together into a single subscription, similar to what Amazon has done with its Prime service which gives customers access to music, videos, faster shipping, exclusive hardware, and more. Of course whether or not Apple will actually go down that path is anyone’s guess.

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