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Apple is reportedly planning to host its first major product event of 2019 next month, where it is expected to talk about subscription services.

Another report by The Wall Street Journal, however, has said that Apple is having dramas with publishing partners, and rightfully so, because the company is apparently asking for a 50 per cent revenue cut from subscriptions.

According to Buzzfeed, Apple's event is scheduled for Monday, March 25th at the Steve Jobs theater.

Apple also reportedly wants outlets to commit to supplying news for at least a year, which has also faced resistant from publishers who would prefer a shorter commitment.

In addition, Apple wouldn't share customer data with publishers.

Sources tell Bloomberg the Apple video service will include the latter's original TV shows and movies or those funded by the company, with a paid service set for a summer debut.

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The long-rumored Apple streaming service could finally launch in just a few months. While we'll advise you to take this information with a pinch of salt, you should be reminded that Apple has held a number of events in March. Paid subscriptions though the iOS news app could roll out as early as March 25.

There are also exclusive features belonging to the wireless charging accessory but it is said to be available for iPhones running iOS 13, an update which will release this year.

According to the report, both the New York Times and the Washington Post have rejected deals because the terms are too poor.

However, it does back up a report from My Smart Price that claims we could be getting some new color options with the AirPods 2, saying that Apple will be offering the AirPods 2 in "two colors: Black and White".

For now, we will have to wait until Apple officially announces its new service to learn more. In comparison, Apple's developer program only takes a 30-percent cut of the revenue generated from app purchases in the App Store. An Apple spokesman didn't respond to a request for comment. An announcement for the news service is expected in March, Buzzfeed reported.