Apple has tried to break into the TV market in assorted ways – whether that’s its Apple TV, the TV app, or just video agreeable on iTunes. But assorted rumors in recent months are pointing appear a yet-to-be-launched agenda alive service.

Now, a new report from CNBC indicates that the aggregation might launch the account next year, and offer it for free to Apple device owners.

The report suggests that Apple will offer all the agreeable it owns for free. It will offer this in a active TV app, which will be pre-installed in accessories like iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV. Along with the free content, the app will also allow users to subscribe to casework like HBO and Starz.

Amazon also has a affairs named Amazon Channels which lets Prime Video users subscribe to channels like HBO, Cinemax, and Starz for an added fee. When you accede Apple has a billion-plus user base, compared with Amazon’s 100 actor Prime subscribers, the Cupertino aggregation might do well.

Apple is reportedly spending $1 billion this year to create nearly 24 “PG-rated” aboriginal shows.  Earlier this year, the Cupertino-based aggregation signed deals with big creators like Oprah Winfrey, M. Night Shyamalan, and Kristen Wig.

The company’s paid music alive service, Apple music, now has more than 50 actor subscribers, making it the second better paid music-streaming service, behind Spotify. Apple would like to achieve similar success with its TV account by alms free cable initially.  It did article agnate with Apple Music, giving users a three month free trial at its launch in 2015.

In the past, Chinese phone makers like Xiaomi and LeEco have sold arranged free agreeable with their accessories in markets like India and China to allure customers. Apple’s free agreeable hook might lure more people to buy its devices.

Apple is the only aggregation left among the big four of tech to enter the alive space. Amazon already has an Emmy acceptable portfolio, Google is blame YouTube Originals, while Facebook Watch is in its early stages. Binge-watchers are in for a treat, for sure!

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