Apple video streaming service launch event on March 25th

There has been a lot of rumblings about a new service coming our way from Apple and now it looks like we are about to get all the official details. Apple sends invites for March 25th which is most likely the unveiling of the new video streaming service.

Apple March 25th Event

There were rumours circulating that a Spring event from Apple was on the cards and it turns out to be true. Invites are being sent out for March 25th. The simple invite states that “It’s show time” and asks people to attend an Apple special event at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino.

The new streaming service is expected to take on the likes of Netflix. The price of the Apple video streaming service is not known although it’s expected to be cheaper than Netflix.
Can Apple lure over loyal fans of other video streaming services? If you already own an Apple TV or iOS device this could be a natural add-on to your existing Apple services.

New Apple video streaming service


The new streaming service has been rumoured to be getting a $1 billion investment in creating content such as movies and TV programmes. There have also been many famous names linked to the possible launch. These include the likes of Steven Spielberg and J.J Abrams.

There may also be some other media formats announced at the event including Apple News Magazines. Following the purchase of Texture, Apple could be offering this in the bundle. Texture bundled together magazine subscriptions for a lower price.

What can we expect at the Apple March Event?

Along with the new video streaming service there is expected to be a few other items chucked in for good measure. Some rumours have been circulating about a possible Apple game streaming service. Although details are pretty scarce, the company could use the event to deliver a full complement of media services.

Would you subscribe to Apple video streaming? Do you think they will be able to beat other providers like Netflix for content? Share your thoughts below.

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