According to the report, the event will take place on Monday, March 25 and will be held at Apple's Steve Jobs Theater on the Apple Park Campus.
Publishers are threatening to revolt against Apple's planned subscription news service before it has even got off the ground in anger at the proposed financial terms stipulated by the technology firm. Apple's video service will allow customers to subscribe to various digital streaming products and watch in the iOS TV app.
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Apple already offers a similar service for free called Apple News, which aggregates top stories from free providers. This event will be focused on services and Apple will unveil a news subscription service that will allow users to access several different publications for a low monthly fee. The TV service is expected to launch globally, a person familiar with the matter said, an ambitious move to rival services from Netflix Inc and Amazon.com Inc's Prime Video.
However, it does back up a report from My Smart Price that claims we could be getting some new color options with the AirPods 2, saying that Apple will be offering the AirPods 2 in "two colors: Black and White". Major outlets including The New York Times and The Washington Post haven't agreed to license their content to Apple's news service partly because of concerns about the proposed terms, according to Tuesday's report.
For now, we will have to wait until Apple officially announces its new service to learn more. Apple has typically sought a cut of between 30 percent for apps in the App Store to 15 percent for premium channel apps such as HBO.
An Apple spokesperson declined to comment when contacted by ZDNet.