12 Mar 2019 News

Apple, arriva la tv: il 25 marzo il lancio ufficiale

Apple Streaming Service Release Date & Apple TV Subscription Rumours

Apple is spending billions making its own TV shows for distribution via the Apple TV, iPhone and iPad, and some third-party TVs. Find out what shows Apple is making, who Apple is working with, how much Apple’s TV streaming service will cost and when Apple’s streaming service will launch in this article.

Are Netflix and Amazon’s offerings enough for you, or are your evenings still empty and in need of entertainment? Apple is gearing up to take on Netflix, Amazon and UK services such as Now TV with its own TV shows and movies that will be available to watch on the Apple TV, iPhone and iPad, and the new service could launch as soon as April 2019, although there are also claims it could be delayed until the autumn.

Apple is spending billions making its own TV shows for distribution via the Apple TV, iPhone and iPad. Shows may also be available to watch on third-party TV sets that offer AirPlay support (find out which TVs work with Apple’s software here). In fact, an Apple Patent granted in February 2019 could indicate that the Apple shows will be available to watch on any device.

There have been multiple reports about the new shows in the works at Apple, with various high-profile stars, directors, writers and producers, so it is no secret that the company is hard at work producing content. The big question is when will Apple start to broadcast its new TV shows, and will it be charging a subscription or giving the content away for free?

In this article we will cover all the rumours and revelations about of Apple’s plans for its streaming service, including who Apple is working with, what shows are being made, where you will be able to watch Apple’s TV shows, how much the Apple TV streaming service will cost (it may even be free!), and when Apple’s streaming service will launch.

We have lots of information about all of Apple’s new shows below, including a series from La La Land director and writer Damien Chazelle, news that Apple has signed up a show by Bob’s Burgers creator staring Frozen’s Kristen Bell and Josh Gad, and a show by Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon who co-wrote The Big Sick.

Apple is also reported to be planning to offer movies two- to three weeks after cinema release, in a move that could threaten cinema chains Find out more www.macworld.co.uk

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