Apple seeks deal with UK telecom to sell Apple TVs, says report

The Telegraph reports that Apple is trying to expand its access to Apple TV. The US company said it is negotiating with British telecom provider BT and EE, the mobile division, to give customers the option to buy pre-installed Apple TV with BT's paid TV channel app. The company says it is looking at EE because of its young user base. This partnership will surely benefit both companies – Apple has access to more hardware customers and BT can appeal directly to the same group.

The report that Apple intends to launch its own streaming service has been circulated for a long time. The company has ordered several programs that have no place to broadcast. Hungarian Games – The Stylistic Dystopia Show A couple of children's shows in the creative work of Sesame Street ] La La Land A series by director Damien Chazelle.

If Apple is planning to offer Apple TV apps for this program, you will want to enter as many households as possible.

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