Publicado: Jue, Febrero 14, 2019
Espectáculos | Por Manuelo Venegas

Apple Expected to Reveal News Subscription Service

Apple Expected to Reveal News Subscription Service

Unlikely to make an appearance: next generation Airpods, or that rumored new iPad Mini.

According to WSJ, news publishers are not so happy with this news subscription plan as Apple is demanding half the revenue. Apart from these two, Apple is also rumored to launch the new iPad models, which will comprise of up two variants targeted towards the budget-friendly crowd that doesn't want to splurge a large amount of cash on the 2018 iPad Pro lineup.

Another major concern is that, like with any other Apple product or service, publishers won't have access the same level of data about subscribers than they would from a normal subscription, such as credit card information and email addresses.

Apple is holding an event on March 25 that is believed to be the day when the new news service will officially debut.

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On Tuesday a report from The Wall Street Journal detailed Apple's desire to keep 50-percent of the monthly subscription revenue from the program, giving the other 50-percent to publishers. According to the publication, Apple is ready to promote its upcoming News subscription service in a big way, and it will unveil it during an event scheduled for Monday, March 25. The colors in which the new products will be launched are the same White and Black.

However, as noted above, this could be an event that's not just about the News subscription service, but rather Apple's new subscription services in general.

The source behind the My Smart Price report says that Apple is working on a few "exclusive features" for the AirPower, but that they will "not be available until iOS 13 is released". That was previously reported to not be going very well, as Apple is reportedly demanding 50% of the revenue from publishers.

An Apple spokesperson declined to comment when contacted by ZDNet. Information including credit card numbers and email addresses would not be provided to publishers if they agreed to Apple's terms as they now stand.

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