Apple confirms March event, video streaming service launch likely

Apple confirms March event, video streaming service launch likely

While there has been much talks about it launching a TV streaming and Apple News subscription services, reports suggest the company might unleash a couple of hardware including revamped AirPods, a new entry-level iPad, and the long-delayed AirPower wireless charging pad.

According to sources who have spoken directly to DigiTimes, Apple will use its upcoming March 25 event to unveil a brand new iPad model as well as highly-anticipated second-generation Apple AirPods.

It seems that AirPods 2 and a new iPad will be the stars of Apple's March 25 event later this month but that won't be all that is announced.

Apple's special event will be held at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California at 10am PT.

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While we don't know precisely how Apple's streaming service will look until that March 25th showcase, it's very likely to get its hooks into almost all of the company's media-consuming hardware, from iPhone to Apple TV. It also follows a New York Times report which claimed that Apple will release its string of TV titles in the spring of 2019.

The event at Apple's Silicon Valley headquarters is expected to reveal details of its efforts in original video and its reported investment of at least $1 billion. Apple often launches products and services in the weeks following an event.

Apple is aiming to resell TV channels subscriptions similar to Amazon, whose Prime Video Service resells Starz and other channels and keeps a cut of the sales.

"In the meantime, Apple is desperately working to fill out its content library ahead of launch, going so far as to "[offer] concessions to get deals done by a Friday deadline".

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