Reports about Apple to held its Spring event on March 25th continue surfaced on the internet, with the latest news from Variety claimed that the company will announce the TV service in March, however, it may not be available to customers immediately, but rather launch it in summer or fall.

Sources familiar with the plans say Apple's video service will be targeted for a launch in summer or fall rather than the April timing that has been the subject of media speculation. Apple has vowed to its high-caliber producing partners to mount marketing blitzes on behalf of the shows in addition to the service itself.
Yesterday, Bloomberg broke the news that Hollywood stars including Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon, and Steve Carell have been invited to attend the March event. Rumors also suggested that Apple is expected to announce its news subscription service called Apple News Magazine, which you pay $10 a month to read a large number of magazines and newspapers.

Apple is indeed said to developing more than two dozens of tv shows and movies currently, and Apple plans to offer them for free to Apple device owners, like it did to the Carpool Karaoke show. The iPhone maker may also debuting an all-in-one media subscription package, bundling Apple Music, TV Service, and News Magazine all together.
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