Apple confirms March 25th event, says "It’s show time"

Apple confirms March 25th ‘It’s show time’ event with media invites

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The tagline of the event makes it clear that Apple will be using the event to showcase its TV streaming service and premium Apple News subscription service.

The company is holding a top secret press event on March 25 at the "Mothership" - the Steve Jobs Theatre at its headquarters in Cupertino. The latter has been in the works for a long time, possibly years, and the former will be the fruit of a purchase of the digital magazine subscription service previously known as Texture. The invitation included the teaser line: "It's show time", hinting at the news.

Apple's event invitations suggest that entertainment is part of the announcement, with the headline of "It's show time" surely highlighting that we will see some form of movie and TV streaming service. Apple's live stream page gives some clues about the launch event. The report also mentioned Apple is in talks with various celebrities for attending the event celebrities like Jennifer Anniston, Jennifer Garner, Reese Witherspoon and director JJ Abrams. Apple's services business is on pace to generate $50 billion per year by 2021, the company has said. However, Apple has a history of launching new products in its March event.

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During a recent earnings call, Mr Cook confirmed Apple planned to produce its own shows in a move that would see it go head-to-head with TV streaming giants Netflix and Amazon Prime, which have invested heavily in original content.

A previous report by Bloomberg also predicted an Apple AR headset to ship by 2020.

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