If the jury decides that the app has potential, one of them could tutor the developer and help them prepare the software for investors. Then comes the final step, in which the developers have to present their idea to investors. And successful apps will not only earn millions of dollars in capital, but also featured placement in the App Store.
The show will be available through Apple Music on Apple TV, iPhone, iPad, PC and Mac. There is no solid release date just yet, but Eddy Cue, Senior Vice President of Internet Software and Services at Apple, said it will be launching “in the spring”.
Additionally, despite “Planet of the Apps” and “Carpool Karaoke” coming soon, Apple isn't aiming at making it big on TV for the time being. At least not the way other companies do it. When presented with the idea of buying a big film or media studio, Cue dismissed it completely by saying:
For the full interview with Eddy Cue and Ben Silverman, Co-CEO and Chairman at Propagate, check out the source link below.