If with the keynote of Apple Watch in March and of the plans detailed beats you had not enough quiet to that from Recode they bring us another interesting fact to animate this February: apparently in Cupertino are working on a new service to sell TV via the web.
The source says that Apple is already negotiating with the television distributors to offer a package of television channels via the web, directly to our computers and mobile devices, for a monthly fee. It is something that other companies already do, and that the same Apple proposed for 30 dollars a month for six years without much success.
Maybe Apple wants to revive its television offerings, but we shall soon see him in Spain if it becomes reality
Now the strategy seems to be to speak directly with TV networks and not the distributors. Knowing Apple, surely the idea would be to offer it on all iOS devices in addition to in the AppleTV and through iTunes on the Mac. perhaps this part of the revolution of the salon that Apple wants to do for some time?
Everything is waiting for. At the moment it would focus only on the United States, and from Cupertino have preferred not make no official comment on the matter. I’d love to see an Apple competing with services we have in Spain, although I fear that won’t happen for another long time. If it happens.
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