Apple Video Streaming Subscription Prices Leaked Ahead Of Event


The dark-horse prediction for the event is a potential announcement or a teaser of Apple's plans to launch a gaming subscription service.

Apple is the latest company to offer a direct-to-consumer streaming video, along with a news subscription service, by leveraging the power of its more than 1 billion devices.

What will Apple launch at the event?

In fact, it is completely unknown, as Apple's business model is to look for Exclusive productions.

While players like Netflix and Hulu are unlikely to ever sign-on with Apple's service, the company does reportedly already have around 15 streaming providers on board for Monday's launch, which includes a collection of smaller digital-old services like Cheddar and Tastemade alongside the big players like Showtime and Starz.

A lot of people thought Apple publicly turned on its March 25 event live stream early, which also had some occasional curtain raising for teasers like people cleaning the stage to a video of a dancer to an incoming iPhone call from Captain America actor Chris Evans.

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Apple based the service on Texture, an app it acquired previous year. The tech giant has gathered a plethora of talent to take on household names like Netflix and Amazon.

Apple also introduced a titanium, laser-etched Apple Card backed by Goldman Sachs Group Inc and Mastercard Inc that can track spending across devices and pay daily cash back on purchases.

A big question remaining is whether Apple will offer its content free for its device owners, and how it will work with third-party television services, according to Greenfield.

Subscriptions to online video services globally climbed 27 per cent previous year to 613 million, eclipsing cable television subscriptions for the first time, according to the Motion Picture Association of America.

Product news has dominated the week leading up to Monday's event, which is significant.

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It's also unclear whether Apple's bundles would include all of the same content as the individual streaming services themselves. Past year itself, there were words floating around that Apple planned to merge Apple News and Texture to launch an extensive subscription news service according to Texture's pricing scheme.

Now, Apple wants to build on this growth with a dedicated Netflix competitor and a way to explore news. It will give you access to content from different magazines and newspapers for a fixed monthly fee.

The New York Times and The Washington Post are not part of the service, but The Wall Street Journal and Vox will participate.

But Apple remained focused on making on gadgets: iPhones, iPads, computers and its Apple TV streaming box for TVs.

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