Apple Officially announces Apple TV+ Video Subscription Service

As per the reports, it seems that Apple has officially taken the wraps off their new video subscription service in the form of Apple TV+. This was announced alongside Apple News+ also the Apple Card, all of which will be part of Apple’s attempts to create brand new subscription services that will help boost its revenue.


Potential Pricing Of Apple’s Upcoming Services Revealed

So we know that come Monday, Apple could be launching a new video streaming service, a news and magazine subscription service, and also maybe even a gaming service. However if there is one question that is evading us all, it would be how much will all of these services cost Apple’s customers?


Apple’s Video Service Won’t Have Live Sports

Cord cutters are increasingly ditching their conventional cable packages in favor of online TV streaming services that offer greater flexibility at lower prices. Apple is going to compete in this market as well with the launch of its streaming service on March 25th. However, when the service does arrive, it won’t offer any live sports.


Netflix Confirms They Won’t Be Part Of Apple’s Streaming Service

Apple has confirmed that they will be hosting an event on the 25th of March where the company is largely expected to unveil the new video streaming service. The service is expected to play home to Apple’s own original content, as well as act as a hub where users can subscribe to other streaming services as well.


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Apple TV Gets PlayStation Vue’s Multi-Picture Mode

PlayStation Vue, Sony’s live TV streaming service, isn’t just available on the company’s gaming consoles as the name might have you believe. It’s available on a wide variety of platforms including the Apple TV. The Apple TV is now getting a feature which has been available on the PS4 app for PlayStation Vue: multi-picture mode.


Apple Confirms ‘It’s Show Time’ Event For March 25

Last month there was a rumor that Apple could be planning a star-studded event for the 25th of March. The company is expected to launch its new streaming service and it was also rumored that many celebrities could be in attendance. Whether or not that is true remains to be seen, but at the very least Apple has confirmed that they are hosting such an event.


Survey Suggests Lukewarm Interest In Apple’s Rumored Streaming Service

Apple is rumored to announce their upcoming streaming service in March at a star-studded event. At this point in time it is unclear as to what exactly Apple will be offering, but from what we heard, it will contain videos, music, news, and magazines. Unfortunately it seems that Apple could be facing a fair amount of resistance from customers at the start.


Apple’s Video Streaming Service Could Cost $15 A Month

A recent rumor revealed that Apple could be planning an event for the 25th of March where the company is expected to make some announcements, namely the launch of its video streaming service and also its news subscription service. Not much is known about Apple’s streaming service, such as content offered and how it might cost.


Apple Has A Star-Studded Event Planned For The 25th Of March

Sometimes Apple holds an event in the early part of the year where they announce hardware refreshes for existing products. In a new report from Bloomberg, it seems that Apple will indeed be hosting such an event this year, but this time it could be a slightly different event as it will be quite a star-studded one.


Apple’s Video Service Pegged For April Launch

By now it’s no secret that Apple is working on their own video streaming service. The company has been busy courting TV show producers, writers, actors, and buying up shows and movies for its catalogue, but the big question is when will the service be launched? According to the latest rumors, it seems that we might be able to expect its launch this April.


Apple Said To Be Selling Apple TV At Cost, HomePods At A Loss

Apple has made a ton of money over the years, which is largely thanks to the iPhone. However it also seems that the company could be taking a loss on some of their other products in a bid to try to get customers to get on board its ecosystem, such as the Apple TV and the HomePod smart speaker.


Apple Job Listings Show An Increase In ‘Streaming’ Positions

We know that Apple is working on a streaming service that could possibly be announced in the next few months. Now thanks to job listings spotted by 9to5Mac, it shows just how serious Apple is about their upcoming service. This is based on an uptick in job listings at Apple that seem to talk about “streaming”.


TiVo’s Apple TV App Only Streams In 720p At 30 FPS

Many were understandably excited when Apple announced the new Apple TV back in 2017 which had the ability to playback content in 4K. Unfortunately if you plan to use TiVo’s app on the latest Apple TV, you might be disappointed to learn that content streamed through the app will be limited to 720p resolution at 30 FPS.


Apple & Hulu Had Apparently Tried To Bid On ‘Friends’ As Well

Recently it was revealed that Netflix might stop offering the “Friends” TV series in its catalogue starting in 2019, citing discussions with Warner Bros. Television as one of the reasons why they might not renew its license. However it was later revealed that the show would continue to be available through 2019.