As Apple continues to work on creating original programs with a sound quality of PG, CNBC will provide free upcoming content for customers with Apple devices, including iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV .
According to the report, the free shows are available in the revised TV app with optional additional subscriptions to streaming services such as HBO Now and Starz. Apple's plan to copy Amazon's Prime Channels model was reported back in May by Bloomberg . What's new here is news that the company's own programming is available free of charge within the scrutiny of the TV apps available on iOS and Apple TV, "when released at the beginning of next year."
Apple is bringing in money. It debuted on the grounds of original TV shows and movies to compete directly with Netflix and Amazon Prime Video. My colleague Andrew Liptak is back in June.
Apple has already started releasing its own project. Although Apple's Planet of the Apps and Carpool Karaoke music last year, a large portion of the original content is expected to begin in early March 2019. In preparation for this, Or started developing an impressive project. So far, Apple has entered into a multi-year contract with Oprah. Winfrey is working on a new show Sesame Street Science fiction anthology game – Stylistic dystopia show La La Land series The morning show, starring Ron Moore, Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston, directed by Damien Chazelle, M. Night Shyamalan's thriller series, Battlestar's universe drama Galactica Isaac Asimov's classic science fiction Foundation contains the scene adaptation. There are reports that they are trying to get rights to animated films.
Therefore, at least some of this content will be provided to Apple's customers free of charge. It is always possible that Apple will eventually join the competition repeatedly. In fact, CNBC says it is looking for a "tentpole" show that will help Apple build a service that is worth paying for. However, if you want to temporarily get viewers from Netflix and the rest, you need to provide them free at the beginning.
Last month, The Wall Street Journal reported that Tim Cook was influenced by Dr. Dre's story series [VitalSigns in the drug and sex scene preview episode. Can Apple create a healthy and fun collection for everyone in the family? It sounds pretty intimidating to me (frankly a bit boring).