Apple will reportedly make a big announcement on March 25th
Earlier today, a rather sketchy report suggested Apple was preparing a mid-March hardware event that would precede the release of a variety of products. According to Buzzfeed, though, this isn’t the case.
Revealed in their latest report, it seems the Silicon Valley-based firm is actually preparing a subscription-focused event that will see Apple launch at least one new service.
Sources familiar with the matter have suggested that the primary focus will be the company’s long-rumored news subscription service. Previous reports have stated that it will be priced at $10 per month and will give Apple customers access to content from a variety of news outlets. However, some big names could be missing due to Apple’s agreement terms – the company allegedly hopes to keep 50% of all revenue.
There was no mention of Apple’s highly anticipated video streaming service but previous reports have pointed towards a launch in April. If true, an announcement at an Apple event in March seems extremely likely.