Never miss a great news story!
Get instant notifications from Economic Times
AllowNot now


You can switch off notifications anytime using browser settings.

Portfolio

Loading...
Select Portfolio and Asset Combination for Display on Market Band
Select Portfolio
Select Asset Class
Show More
Download ET MARKETS APP

Get ET Markets in your own language

DOWNLOAD THE APP NOW

+91

CHOOSE LANGUAGE

ENG

  • ENG - English
  • HIN - हिन्दी
  • GUJ - ગુજરાતી
  • MAR - मराठी
  • BEN - বাংলা
  • KAN - ಕನ್ನಡ
  • ORI - ଓଡିଆ
  • TEL - తెలుగు
  • TAM - தமிழ்
Drag according to your convenience
ET NOW RADIO
ET NOW
TIMES NOW

Use an iPhone? You may soon get to watch original shows for free

IANS|
Oct 11, 2018, 06.21 PM IST
0Comments
iPhone85
SAN FRANCISCO: As part of a new digital TV strategy, Apple may give owners of its devices, such as the iPhone, iPad and Apple TV, free access to content owned by the company in addition to an option to subscribe to services from legacy media companies, CNBC reported.

The subscription "channels" of the product will allow customers to sign up for online-only services, such as those from HBO and Starz, said the report on Wednesday, citing unnamed people familiar with the matter.

On producing original content, the Cupertino, California-headquartered tech giant is reportedly spending about $1 billion.

Notification Tweaking, Bedtime & Measure: What’s New With Apple's iOS 12

of 7
Next
Prev
Play Slideshow

More Power To You

19 Sep, 2018
Apple first showcased iOS 12 at their annual WWDC conference back in June 2018. Although iOS 12 has been available as a public beta for some time now, the final version has just started rolling out. A speed and battery boost on your device is a given but there are some more features you should start using straightaway. In Pic: iOS 12 enables some new AR (augmented reality) experiences thanks to ARKit 2. For instance, sharing of AR objects over message/mail & shared AR views. (Text: Hitesh Raj Bhagat)
Next


When the new services roll out, they may come loaded in the pre-installed "TV" application of Apple devices.

The revamped app may be launched by Apple early next year, the report said, adding that an Apple spokesman, however, declined to comment on the plans.

According to a report in the Wall Street Journal last month, Apple has about 24 original shows in production and development.



0Comments
Want stories like this in your inbox? Sign up for the daily ET Panache newsletter.

You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.

Also Read

Redington to retail iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max; Stock jumps 3%

Apple iPhone Xs vs iPhone X: Here's what is different

Apple's iPhone and Watch to be used for tracking binge-eating disorder

iPhone repair fraud in China cost Apple billions of dollars: Report

For first time, new iPhones get weak response in India

Comments
Add Your Comments
Commenting feature is disabled in your country/region.

Loading
Please wait...