Apple is one of the biggest tech giants out there. Apple is showing the world that the company is more than iPhone, iPad, and MacBook. The Cupertino company has been expanding its business for years in an attempt to attract more users.
You now can do a lot of things with your iPhone or iPad, ranging from the ability to get the latest news in the world to getting sports scores. In iOS 12, Apple is pouring a lot of love into its News and Music app in order to offer a comprehensive user experience.
According to the latest reports, Apple will launch a subscription option that includes news, music, and shows. Apple’s move aims to provide users with an extensive ecosystem across all the company’s devices. Tech experts say that with the launch of a subscription option, Apple might merge its Apple Music and News app into a single app.
If this is the case, this will eliminate the need to sign up for multiple services at the same time. All you need to do is to buy a bundle that includes Apple Music, and Apple’s stock News app. However, it remains unclear when the subscription option will make its debut.
Tech watchers say that the service will launch to the public in 2019. Sources say that the service will also include more options at launch. Besides, Apple’s services will come pre-loaded on every new iPhone model in 2019.
Apple is expected to launch new iPhone models in September, including an iPhone X Plus that replaces the current iPhone X. The iPhone X Plus is rumored to come with what we have loved about iPhone X ranging from Face ID, a curved OLED display, and an all-glass back design.
Besides, Apple might unveil a 6.1 inch iPhone model which will belong to the mid-range segment. This means that the device will lack some premium components and features to achieve a lower price tag.
Sources say that Apple might debut the second generation iPhone SE, but the device will target the Indian market. The SE 2 is expected to come with a new display, new hardware, and new features.
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