The event will start at 10:00 a.m.
While we don't know precisely how Apple's streaming service will look until that March 25th showcase, it's very likely to get its hooks into almost all of the company's media-consuming hardware, from iPhone to Apple TV. While there has been much talks about it launching a TV streaming and Apple News subscription services, reports suggest the company might unleash a couple of hardware including revamped AirPods, a new entry-level iPad, and the long-delayed AirPower wireless charging pad. The company is already working on over 2 dozen original TV shows and content for its streaming service which includes major stars like Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Aniston, Steve Carell, and more.
It's now unclear exactly what will be revealed at the launch with some expecting new AirPods, iPad and AirPower charging pad to be revealed.
Whatever is the case, Apple's "It's Show Time" event will bring fans new services and products to enjoy at home or on the go. Even if it does not, these devices should go on pre-order or sale right after the event. Further, neither of the popular media services likely feel that they need Apple to attract or retain subscribers.
Facebook, Whatsapp and Instagram are down for many
Facebook might be just a way for users to connect and stay in touch with each other but is a major platform for advertisers. Facebook has acknowledged that its family of apps is going through troubles and promises to resolve the issue ASAP.
It's been pointed out by BuzzFeed's technology editor, John Paczkowski, that Apple used the same tagline in 2006 for the event at which it previewed what would become Apple TV.
Also at the March 25 event, rumors are rife that the company might reveal a news service, which would also line up with its acquisition of news subscription aggregator Texture.
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