It's almost "show time." That's the phrasing used in media invitations to Apple's March 25 event, where the company is expected to unveil its subscription packages for video, news, magazines, and games. It appears Apple is continuing to "pull the thread" to see where the future of television leads, and it sure looks like that future is tight integration between iOS, Apple TV and HomePod.
For college basketball fans, the NCAA's March Madness tournament is nigh — 2019's games run March 19 through Apr. 8. Here's how to follow along on an iPhone, iPad, Mac, or Apple TV if you're not watching on cable or satellite.
Apple's streaming video service is poised to be a massive moneymaker for the company if it plays its cards right, hitting 100 million subscribers somewhere between 2022 and 2024, an analyst claimed on Tuesday.
AT&T is making major changes to the pricing of DirecTV Now, with the streaming television service going up in price by $10 per month for new and existing customers starting in April, while at the same time cutting down the number of available packages for new customers.
Apple's efforts to produce original video content is reportedly being monitored a bit too closely by the company, with comments from executives including CEO Tim Cook said to be causing friction with producers working on shows and films.
For $15 per month, the Spectrum TV Essentials streaming service will provide more than 60 channels to an Apple TV or iPhone for customers of the company's internet service that don't have a cable television package.
Apple is not only aiming to unveil both video and news subscription services at a special event rumored for March 25, but also kick off the announcement with celebrities like J.J. Abrams and Jennifer Garner, a report said on Wednesday.