Qualcomm and Apple today announced an agreement to dismiss all litigation between the two companies worldwide.
The announcement feels like it has been years in the planning, but this afternoon at 13.00 ET (17.00 GMT) Apple will finally tell us what its TV service is all about.
Apple is believed to unveil details of its long-awaited streaming TV service on a March 25, 2019 event with the tag line ‘It’s show time’.
Major new subscription services to add $3.6 billion to the US Direct-to-Consumer Video Market by 2023, said IHS Markit.
Apple is targeting April, or early May, to launch its new video service in the US, but Netflix won’t be a part of it and HBO is in doubt, according to CNBC’s Alex Sherman.
Stefan Langefeld, chairman of the management board of German media company Pantaflix AG, has resigned from the management board in agreement with the supervisory board as of the end of the current month.
In a surprise move, Samsung has announced it will offer iTunes Movies and TV Shows and Apple AirPlay 2 support on 2019 Samsung Smart TV models beginning this spring.
Netflix is no longer allowing new customers to subscribe via iTunes using in-app purchase on their iPhone or iPad in order to avoid paying a 30% commission to Apple.
Apple is planning to launch a TV subscription service in the first half of 2019, according to news website The Information.
Apple is said to be discussing the possibility of offering its Apple TV box to customers of the BT-owned EE, according to a report in the Daily Telegraph.