Apple's competitor to Netflix and Amazon Prime Video is apparently just around the corner.
According to a report by The Information, Apple is set to launch a subscription TV service in the U.S. within the first half of next year.
In the months following the U.S. launch, the service will become available in more than 100 countries around the world, matching the availability of the aforementioned streaming giants.
The service will feature original Apple series, of which the tech giant has been slowly building on, and allow users to subscribe to TV network subscriptions as one can already do through Amazon Channels or Roku. Read more...