Why the latest Apple news
is worth reading article 4 FourFour Two | By Dan Rundle and Andrew Rokkevicius | Updated December 15, 2019 10:05:22Apple announced that it was delaying a new iPhone, but the timing of the move could also be linked to the new Apple TV streaming service launching later this year.
Apple TV is an attempt to give Apple TV owners a full streaming experience on a home theater PC that Apple is developing with Amazon.tv.
Apple’s TV app for iOS and Mac users, known as Apple TVOS, has not launched yet, but several Apple TV related articles have appeared in the last month.
According to Apple’s latest update to its Apple News app, Apple TV will not be available for iPhone 7, 7 Plus, iPhone 8, or iPhone X devices until March.
Apple TVOS will offer new content like original movies, sports and more.
According a post by Bloomberg, Apple’s TVOS app will be available to customers on iOS devices for a period of “up to a year” after launch.
The launch of Apple TVS is also a significant milestone for the company, which has struggled to keep pace with Android’s mobile phone dominance.
Apple has been slowly integrating iOS features into Apple TV apps, including Siri integration, since the release of the Apple TV last year.
Apple has not officially announced when the new iPhone will be released, but sources told Bloomberg that it will be announced sometime in the coming weeks.
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