Apple’s New Streaming Service Is Reportedly Working on Partnering with HBO, Showtime, & Starz

According to reports, Apple will likely launch a new streaming service later this month. We can confirm that Apple has a big event planned for the 25th but exactly what will be announced is still speculation.

Now Bloomberg is reporting that Apple is still in talks to add content from HBO, Showtime, and Starz to their new streaming service. According to 9to5Mac, Apple will launch the new streaming service loaded with content from third parties like HBO with more Apple original programming coming later this year.

It has been reported that Apple will announce the new service this month, but it may not launch this month. Multiple reports say Apple will likely launch the service later in the spring or summer.

Apple has been rushing to strike deals with content creators but as of today no third-party deals have been announced.

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