Apple looks to acquire family-friendly shows for its customers, claim unnamed sources, spending about $1 billion United States dollars to do so.
The new TV service from Apple will include Apple's original content, with the company rumoured to have spent over $1 billion.
Apple is preparing a new digital video service that will marry original content and subscription services from legacy media companies, according to people familiar with the matter. It appears that Apple will, at least initially, use its TV app as a springboard. This combined streaming platform would live in the TV application that's already installed on iOS and Apple TV devices.
Apple now has at least 24 original shows or movies in production, including content from Oprah Winfrey, Steven Spielberg, J. J. Abrams, and M. Night Shyamalan. It also sets the stage for Apple to make its original content available to Android users through a subscription fee, allowing Apple to monetize users from the other side of the tracks that aren't willing to cross over. The company now offers "Carpool Karaoke: The Series" for free to all users of the TV app. But maybe there's a chance Apple will offer a way for non-Apple users to access their programs through an app, much like Netflix, Amazon and Hulu do across all platforms.
Status Orange warning in place as Storm Callum approaches
There is also the risk of further severe Southerly winds impinging onto Southern and Eastern coastal areas during the day. From midnight on Saturday, weather experts have warned of yet more "heavy and persistent" rainfall across the city.
Senators compel Trump to investigate Khashoggi’s disappearance
Turkish security sources told TRT World that the "hit squad" took CCTV footage from the consulate with them when they left Turkey. Turkish authorities have privately said they believe Khashoggi, a Washington Post columnist, was killed inside the consulate.
Apple is reportedly working on a first-party digital video service, which has been rumored before. This is so that Apple won't field complaints or outrage from users who don't want Game of Thrones-level violence and nudity readily available on their devices. 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.
None of the above has been confirmed just yet so it's possible Bloomberg has some details wrong or Apple will tweak things as they begin their rollout, but it's fascinating to hear some of the first details about what many in the industry have dubbed the "Netflix killer".
Sources say Apple aims to announce the revised TV app early next year.
It is programmed to capture quality sound, minimize the background noise, provide real-time video call experience to users. Facebook assures those interested that the Portal devices are "built with privacy and security in mind".
Ji targeted individuals in science and tech industries, seven of whom worked for or recently retired from USA defense contractors. He is accused of concealing his identity to recruit people he thought could provide the Chinese with trade secrets.
The incident also marks the beginning of the end for Google +, which the company plans to shut down over the next year. It said it had no evidence that the data was misused or that any developer was aware of it or had exploited the leak.
The UN envoy noted the majority of executions today are carried out in China, Pakistan, Iraq, Iran and Saudi Arabia. And contrary to popular belief, the abolition of the death penalty does not lead to an increase in crime.
Thankfully, he won't have to wait ten thousand years for the movie to be released and get such a crick in his neck while doing so. As well as Tim Burton's Dumbo and Jon Favreau's The Lion King , we're getting Guy Ritchie's take on Aladdin in May.
He was getting a better view Wednesday. "When you play with LeBron you obviously want to keep playing because he's easy to watch". Ball made his first appearance since March in Las Vegas after recovering from arthroscopic surgery on his left knee.
Further low-income individuals seemed to be affected more (60 percent more ) with climate change than other income groups. Tarun Dua, mental health expert at WHO, explained: "Half of mental health disorders arise before the age of 14".
Weinstein's legal team will have until November 16 to file further motions attacking the remaining charges against him. People ask why survivors of sexual assault don't come forward in the criminal system - this is why.
Djokovic lines up Anderson in Shanghai quarters
Federer will play eighth-seeded Kei Nishikori , a finalist in Tokyo last week, in the quarterfinals. He will take on seventh-seeded Kevin Anderson of South Africa, whom he leads 6-1 on head-to-head.
BCCI announces India squad for first 2 ODIs against Windies
The middle-order batting concern remains but Prasad said the team management "is very close to sorting out that problem". Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Jasprit Bumrah are set to come back after a much-needed break during the ongoing Test series.
Trump lunches with Kanye West, will talk justice reform
But the encounter veered into many more topics, a lot of them having to do with the administration's accomplishments. West also argued that Trump deserved more respect, saying: "if he don't look good, we don't look good".
Pentagon Orders Entire F-35 Fleet Grounded
More than 320 F-35s around the world must now undergo the inspections, according to a source familiar with the program. Government Accountability Office has projected a total lifetime cost of $1 trillion for the program.
Dow Jones drops 832 points in third worst drop in history
Japan's Nikkei 225 added 0.2 percent, South Korea's Kospi dropped 1.1 percent and the Hang Seng in Hong Kong gained 0.1 percent. The 10-year Treasury yield remained at 3.20 per cent, about where it was late on Tuesday, after earlier touching 3.24 per cent.
Hurricane Michael grows stronger on way to Florida
Authorities are correcting early reports about the death of an 11-year-old girl as Hurricane Michael blew over southwest Georgia. The governor activated 750 National Guardsmen for storm response on Monday, on top of the 500 activated the day before.