Apple TV

What devices can I watch Apple's streaming TV service on?

Apple's streaming TV service, though not yet officially announced, is expected to launch in September and will likely be viewable on all the same devices that the recently announced HBO Now is compatible with. This means iOS devices including the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, as well as the Apple TV. You will likely be able to view it on your Mac desktop and laptop as well. HBO Now will apparently be viewable on a PC, but that remains to be seen for this streaming service.

How much will Apple's streaming TV service cost?

Although no official announcement has been made yet, Apple is clearly moving forward on putting together content to stream over the web. The company is reportedly negotiating with major networks including ABC, CBS, Fox, Discovery and several others under Viacom. According to The Wall Street Journal, media executives in the know expect the service to launch in September with about 25 channels. The price, they believe, will fall somewhere in the $30 to $40 range.

Apple to Launch Web TV Service in Fall

Just a week after announcing its partnership with HBO for launching HBO Now, a streaming service that will give customers access to HBO's full content without a cable or satellite subscription, it appears that Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) is planning to expand its TV content further. According to The Wall Street Journal, Apple wants to bundle programming, but intends to trim the fat - the hundreds of superfluous, low quality channels that cord-cutters despise.

Apple may have a web tv service by the fall.

Apple is reportedly in talks with ABC, CBS and Fox to bring a package of about 25 channels to customers. However, the company is not in talks with NBCUniversal, due to a falling out with parent company Comcast while in similar talks last year. It is rumored that Apple felt Comcast was negotiating just to buy time in order to launch its own web-based set top box. Agreements with

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