Its Show Time: Apple’s Next Event To Take Place On 25 March

Its Show Time: Apple’s Next Event To Take Place On 25 March

The tagline of the event makes it clear that Apple will be using the event to showcase its TV streaming service and premium Apple News subscription service.

Apple has reportedly been struggling and tussling with content providers behind the scenes in a bid to stack up all-in-one subscription bundles for news, games and, yes, video content in the past several months.

The invitation follows a January event where Apple CEO Tim Cook confirmed that the company would be launching new services this year. That deal helped the firm launch Apple Music, so we shouldn't completely rule out a similar transaction for its video streamer. If the latest reports are anything to go by, we might be able to get a peek into the long-rumoured service on March 25.

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The potential sales from a television service have become a focus of investors after Apple in January reported the first-ever dip in iPhone sales during the key holiday shopping period and said it would lower iPhone prices in some markets to account for foreign exchange rates.

Apple has been snapping up talent all over the place to build its rival to Netflix and Hulu, including the likes of Reese Witherspoon, M Night Shyamalan, Oprah Winfrey and Thor: Ragnarok director Taika Waititi.

The invite does not give any hint on any hardware that were expected to be released during the event. At the March 25th event, Apple is also expected to unveil a revamped Apple News app that will allow users to view all the news they can eat for a monthly fee. Previously, the company has launched the iPhone SE, the budget $329 iPad and the 9.7-inch iPad Pro.

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