Apple Announces March 25th Event at the Steve Jobs Theater

Isaac Cain
March 12, 2019

Apple has officially announced and sent out invites for a media event that will be held on Monday, March 25 at the Steve Jobs Theater on the Apple Park Campus.

The event should more or less focus entirely on the company's upcoming online services. The same tagline was seen in 2006 when the company had given a preview of Apple TV and announced that it would start providing movies on iTunes.

The magazine subscription service will be integrated into the existing Apple News app and is based on the company's acquisition of Texture previous year.

It may end up that Apple launches its efforts one at a time. Apple, unsurprisingly, only hinted at the contents of the event with the following phrase: "It's show time".

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In addition to the video streaming service, the news subscription service will probably be along for the ride as well. Apple often launches products and services in the weeks following an event. As of now, it is still unclear which publishers are onboard Apple's premium News service offering as its 50 percent revenue split demand has left.

During a recent earnings call, Cook confirmed that Apple plans to produce its own shows in a move that could challenge streaming television giants Netflix and Amazon Prime, which have invested heavily in original content. "In a few years, we are not going to be able to imagine our lives without AR". Apple's live stream page gives some clues about the launch event.

A previous report by Bloomberg also predicted an Apple AR headset to ship by 2020.

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