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Apple is preparing to launch its subscription Web TV: here are the details


WSJ: Apple will launch its Web TV service in September with more than 25 channels.Apple: TV subscriptions from September

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After introducing Apple Watch and the new MacBook Air,Apple is preparing to launch other news for its customers. Apparently, in fact, Apple may launch a pay TV service in September with over 25 channels: only in the USA or also in Europe?

Here are all the details leaked on the net so far on new Web TV service that Apple could launch in the coming months.

At the moment we don't have much information about Apple's Web TV, but we only know that Apple may enter the pay-TV market in September, proposing an alternative to the US cable broadcasters.

The news was leaked online since The Wall Street Journal, according to which the Cupertino company would be ready to launch a service of about 25 channels to watch in streaming on Apple devices, to compete with Amazon, Netflix and everyone else.

The service will certainly work in the USA, but we still don't know anything about support regarding Europe. Apple's Web TV service will probably come to us too, but only in the future. For now, in fact, Apple has signed agreements with American companies to offer this service in the States, but it seems that there are no agreements with European broadcasters.

Always according to the first details, Apple's Web TV platform offers approximately 25 channelsat a price of 30-40 dollars per month, a figure that is not exactly cheap but in any case similar to normal overseas pay stations. Compared to the competition, however, Apple will offer high definition streaming technologies,far better in quality than the classic cable TV.

This Web TV would be integrated into Apple TV, which already supports the possibility of subscribing to monthly subscriptions, and would also be usable on iPhone and iPad.

ABC, CBS and Fox will support Apple's project as for Web TV, but not all American entertainment greats will be part of this project: NBCUniversal and others, in fact, have not yet entered into agreements with the Cupertino company.

Obviously for now we have no confirmation from Cupertino on this project, n on the possible extension in Europe, but we know very well that when the WSJ launches noises of this type it is hardly wrong.

The technology giant is in talks with programmers to offer a slimmed-down bundle of TV networks this fall, according to people familiar with the matter. The service would have about 25 channels, anchored by broadcasters such as ABC, CBS and Fox, and would be available on Apple devices such as the Apple TV, they said.

Apple's new Web TV service is expected to be unveiled in June, however, therefore we have to wait only 2-3 months to understand if it is a concrete project or just a rumor. We will update you as soon as we have more news.

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