The video service, which is created to rival offerings from Netflix Inc. and Amazon.com Inc., will couple Apple-developed or funded TV shows and movies with the ability to subscribe to content from providers like Starz, Bloomberg News reported last month. However, thanks to the short video invite sent by Apple, we have some idea of what Apple might be introducing.
The TV streaming service Apple has been cooking up for the last two years will finally be revealed at the event.
Apple's tagline was also used in 2006 to launch its Apple TV service and movies on iTunes.
Oakland Raiders expected to add Trent Brown in free agency
Miller played both right and left tackle at UCLA and could move back to the right side with Parker offering insurance behind both. Well, this ultimately sounds like he'll be coming to NY as the Jets may be the only team willing to dish out that money.
The TV service is expected to launch globally, an ambitious move to rival services from Netflix Inc and Amazon.com Inc.'s Prime Video. Further, neither of the popular media services likely feel that they need Apple to attract or retain subscribers.
Most probably, Apple's "yet to be named" video streaming service will contain content that's already available on similar services, as well as original content as the tech giant spent more than $1 billion on original shows and signed big Hollywood stars like Steve Carrell and Jennifer Garner. The rumours mentioned that the company might focus on services.
Apple aims to bring together its own shows into one central location with content from media companies, saving iPhone and other Apple device users from having to juggle multiple apps for those channels, sources earlier told Reuters. It also follows a New York Times report which claimed that Apple will release its string of TV titles in the spring of 2019.