Its Show Time: Apple’s Next Event To Take Place On 25 March

'It's show time': Apple confirms launch event on March 25

'It's show time': Apple confirms launch event on March 25

Apple has revealed the dates of its "Special Event" that will be held on March 25 at the Steve Jobs Theatre.

It's been three years since the Apple video service rumour mill started churning, but it looks like the Netflix rival could now be just around the corner.

It was heavily speculated that this event will witness the launch of Apple News subscription service. Apple's live stream page gives some clues about the launch event. However, thanks to the short video invite sent by Apple, we have some idea of what Apple might be introducing.

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They'll be releasing the collection one game at a time, so hopefully we'll be caught up by the time Infinite reaches PC shores. Microsoft said it also plans to sell each game individually, as well as in the Master Chief Collection bundle.

As for the Apple News subscription service, reports point to Apple charging customers $9.99/month for it and giving them access to content from major publications and magazines. Wall Street, meanwhile, believes services will become a more important component of Apple's business. The shows are expected to cover a variety of genres that include drama, documentary, comedy, kids program, etc. Apple has been closely working with former Sony Pictures executives Zack Van Amburg and Jamie Erlicht for the shows that are expected to be released during late 2019. We've previously reported on deals with Oprah, Jennifer Anniston, Reese Witherspoon, J.J. Abrams, and Steven Spielberg, among others. There's the announcement itself, which will take the iPhone maker into territory dominated by rivals like Netflix and HBO - streaming giants that have been at this for a long time and know better than anyone how hard it is to pick creators and shows that generate buzz, viewership and the prestige that creatives team in any field covet.

However, it's possible Apple may announce at least one new updated piece of hardware into the March 25 event. Apple typically saves big news about its flagship product, the iPhone, for launch events every September.

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