Apple ITunes Streaming TV Service Coming Holidays 2012

Posted: Mar 2 2012, 7:09am CST | by , in Rumors | Apple

 
Apple iTunes Streaming TV Service Coming Holidays 2012

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Apple wants to finally bring streaming TV service to iTunes customers. New report says that Apple has though a tough time with content providers.

When the iCloud launched, the rumor mill also talked about a streaming iTunes service. But that did not happen. Apple only offers to download and sync content. A real streaming service might though come finally this Christmas. According to the New York Post Apple has already decided on the launch, but has a hard time to get content providers on board.

The iTunes streaming services would be offered through channels that customers could subscribe to. Apple could recreate the content offering of cable TV providers. Obviously cable TV companies hate this idea and try to keep Apple out.

It will be interesting to see what content Apple is able to offer via the new streaming service at the end of the year.

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