Apple's TV app now can't see any content from Netflix, and it sounds like Netflix won't integrate with Apple's new service as well. Just yesterday, for instance, word surfaced that some publishers were hesitant to join Apple's rumored news subscription service on account of Apple wanting 50% of all revenue. Whether Apple's new subscription service will prove advantageous enough to attract major publishers remains to be seen.
However, Apple has been holding events in March for years, so it's not entirely surprising news. Although the company has unveiled new iPads during events held in March in years past, the report indicates a subscription news service will be the focus of the event.
It is worth noting that the report does suggest the company may change its plans if it can't nail down negotiations with publishers.
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With those teams comes the players and coaches, some of whom are fairly recognizable to a football fan. If there reach the line to gain, the drive continues; if they don't, the opposing team takes over.
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. Moreover, the report states that Apple plans to keep it very simple and allow consumers to watch all TV shows in a single app, instead of requiring them to launch separate apps for each service. Apple also now gets to boast about their efforts to help the field of journalism, as the company's vice president Eddy Cue said when they acquired the subscription news app Texture previous year.
According to the report, both the New York Times and the Washington Post have rejected deals because the terms are too poor.
Fire at New Delhi hotel kills at least 17
Some members of the hotel staff, jumped off the building to save themselves and were rushed to the Ram Manohar Lohia hospital. The hotel developer had a permit from the fire department to build up to four stories - the standard height in central Delhi.
"We believe there will be another event in April at which point we expect iPad and product announcements to be launched".
Reuters and CNBC today have reported that the new venture would offer customers an experience featuring subscription offerings from the likes of CBS, Starz, Viacom and possibly HBO.
Apple declined comment Wednesday when contacted by Deadline.
Wells Fargo Reports System Issues Due To ‘Power Shutdown’
Wells Fargo tweeted that the issue was causing outages and it was "working to restore services as soon as possible". Customers at America's fourth largest bank are still, at time of writing, locked out of their accounts online.
This story originally appeared in The Sun.