The report also claims that Apple will also show off its new credit card service on-stage with finance industry journalists having been invited to attend the event. We'll have wait to see whether countries outside of the United States will get the full suite of shows - new content launches tend to get a bit complicated when it comes to worldwide rights. "Last year, Apple unveiled the 2018 9.7" iPad with Apple Pencil support, as well as various new apps suitable for teachers, students, and related educational activities.
There's no word on whether Apple will be unveiling any hardware products at its March 25 event, but it is possible we'll see one or more of the upgraded devices make an appearance.More news: Klopp delighted to put Liverpool back on the map
Whatever is the case, Apple's "It's Show Time" event will bring fans new services and products to enjoy at home or on the go.
Typically, the invite for the March event, which will be held at the Steve Jobs Theater, doesn't concretely give anything away, but the "show time" tagline is certainly a hint towards a TV/movie service. Sources familiar with the matter earlier told Reuters that the service may resell subscriptions from CBS Corp., Viacom Inc. and Lions Gate Entertainment Corp.'s Starz among others, as well as Apple's own original content.More news: Vietnam woman in North Korea murder case has release bid rejected
We'll know exactly what Apple is going to announce once it actually announces it all, so we'll be glued to the live stream on March 25th.More news: Man uses mobile phone as shield in alleged bow and arrow attack