As Engadget reports, the invite hints at the possibility of Apple announcing its video service. A leaker with an accurate track record is now out with a new claim about Apple's product roadmap, saying the company will also unveil a third iPad version this year that would be an entirely new addition to the lineup.
Apple's tagline was also used in 2006 to launch its Apple TV service and movies on iTunes.
It's been three years since the Apple video service rumour mill started churning, but it looks like the Netflix rival could now be just around the corner.
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Going a step ahead, the Wall Street Journal (WSJ ) warned that India and Pakistan were "flirting with nuclear disaster". He said all the Indian designs against Pakistan went in vain as the world has totally rejected the Indian stance.
Apple aims to bring together its own shows into one central location with content from media companies, saving iPhone and other Apple device users from having to juggle multiple apps for those channels, sources earlier told Reuters. Apple's App Store, where the service is likely to be distributed, is now available in more than 100 countries.
Apple is also in discussions with HBO, part of AT&T Inc-owned WarnerMedia, to become part of the service and it could yet make it in time for the launch, according to a person familiar with the matter. The rumours mentioned that the company might focus on services.
Rumors suggest that Apple will pitch its video and magazine services as separate entities with separate prices, but it could offer a bundle that offers, say, both services and an Apple Music sub at a cheaper price.