Apple has officially confirmed that it will hold an event for March 25, when the company is expected to announce its long-rumored TV and Apple News subscription services.
As usual, the invitation does not have much to pass, but the animated GIF countdown tag and "It's Show Time" seem to indicate that the new TV service will play a big role. Rumors of an event at the end of March began last month and said the company will focus exclusively on services, although there is a possibility that we can see the advance announcements of a renewed AirPods, a new entry-level iPad and the AirPower wireless charging pad with long delay.
This is not the first time Apple has used this slogan for an event: the company first used it for a September 2006 event in which it announced it would start offering movies on iTunes, along with the first revelation of the iTV (which would be renamed to Apple TV at its launch in 2007). Undoubtedly, it is an appropriate advance for the next event, which as in 2006 could see the expansion of Apple's media offerings for their devices.
Along with the TV service, which is rumored to be released later this spring, Apple is also expected to also take advantage of its subscription service to Apple News, which will seek to offer a similar package to Netflix for subscription magazines and newspapers , all in one convenient place. An initial report from the Wall Street Journal indicated that Apple was having problems with the negotiations, as the company demanded an astonishing 50 percent of service revenue.