"Apple has settled on a date for its first major product announcement in 2019," reports John Paczkowski for Buzzfeed News. "Sources tell BuzzFeed News that the company is planning to hold a special event on March 25 at Steve Jobs Theater on its Apple Park campus."
"The Headdress Collection: The subscription news service that has been over the news today," reports Paczkowski. "It's unlikely to create a look: next generation Airpods, or the rumored new iPad Mini."
"Sources described the event as subscription services focused, but refused to say anything about Apple's stand-alone video streaming service, which is also rumored to debut in 201
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MacDailyNews Take: 19659005] Although we'd love to see the video streaming service appear earlier than later, we expect Apple to reveal it in an event that is separate from the news subscription service, so that the announcements do not go apart unless Apple plans one event to announce an "Apple Prime" and can roll them both together as two new key pieces (perhaps join Apple Music and iCloud storage) of the overall bundle theme.
We'd love to see a way to pay for all the Apple services we choose for a price. Give us a variety of check boxes and let us choose our combination of iCloud storage, Apple Music, iTunes Match, etc., and let us pay a single price for all of our choices. – MacDailyNews, October 17, 2016
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