Apple has plans to launch a subscription television service by Christmas this year, according to a recent report from the New York Post. The paper states that Apple wants the service to treat channels like apps, allowing the user to purchase subscriptions for either individual channels or groups of channels a la carte. Apple has long been rumored to be pitching the service to top media executives, but according to the Post, the negotiations are not going well.
In an expansion of its magazine and newspaper publishing subscription models, Apple has now begun allowing publishers to offer a subscription service to users, offering them access to a bunch of games for one price, reports Bloomber... Read Post
Federal regulators are probing Apple's plan to take a 30% cut of revenue from content subscriptions sold through its App Store, according to reports. The 30% share is the same Apple takes for music and video sales through iTunes and... Read Post