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iOS 12 is now running on half of all Apple mobile devices.

Remember last summer when Apple said it was going to invest $1bn on producing its own original content over that next twelve months?

Rumour (and CNBC, and MacRumors) has it that Apple is working on a new digital video service with the interesting business plan of spending £££ on content and then giving it away for free.

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Apple is apparently betting big on the service, sinking $1 billion into original content this year alone (24 original shows are said to be in production and development.) The aim is to land one or more "tent pole" franchises to entice people to subscribe. A Wall Street Journal report, though, noted that only a select few of Apple's original content would get a "TV-MA" rating. And the reason for that makes sense once you find out exactly how this new original content will be distributed by Apple. Free content in Apple's "TV" appApple has previously offered some of its video content for free through Apple Music but it appears that the company will be transitioning to the ‘TV app, which is now curating content from multiple services such as Amazon, HBO, iTunes, and others.

If the content will only be accessible through the "TV" app on Apple devices, that would explain why the tech company isn't too keen to charge a separate fee for access to the content.

Apple is reportedly working on a first-party digital video service, which has been rumored before. Sure, the "TV" app has helped with that now, but it still need to be improved in order to be as helpful as users want it to be. For all we know, it could just be a mild change from what they do with the current TV app on Apple TV, so very little may actually change. We'll just have to be patient until Apple makes an announcement.

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