Apple to Launch Subscription TV Service This Year


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Apple has been in talks to offer a web-based subscription TV service for a while now. According to the Wall Street Journal, the launch might take place sooner than expected, in September 2015.

The service would be available on all devices running Apple’s iOS operating system, including the Apple TV.

The technology giant would offer programming from about 25 channels – major US networks like ABC, CBS, and Fox included. Details about pricing were not yet revealed.

Moreover, Apple recently signed a deal with HBO Now, which was a huge step towards getting their plans into focus. While HBO Go will technically only be available to those in the US, thousands of Australians are well versed in VPN go-arounds from accessing the US version of Netflix.

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