Apple to Host an Event on March 25 for Upcoming Subscription Services

Apple to Host an Event on March 25 for Upcoming Subscription Services

CNBC reports that Netflix won't be available as a channel on Apple's video streaming service, and considering that Netflix no longer allows iOS users to subscribe through the App Store to avoid paying the 15% revenue fee to Apple, that's likely not going to change. This may be particularly exciting, as a considerable business around skinning and painting AirPods for alternatives to the single white SKU has been built up over the last 2 years. Some sources reveal this coating may be taken to the iPhones to be launched this fall even. Experts feel Apple may bump to the price of the Apple AirPods 2 to around $200.

However, Apple claimed to have added a number of software features to improve the wireless charging experience when used with its iPhone and Watch products.

Speculation has been building for several months now that Apple will release a new version of the smallest iPad in its tablet lineup.

Apple used the A10 Fusion chip in the iPhone 7, as well as the 2018 9.7-inch iPad. Now one site claims they will all appear alongside Apple's long-awaited charging mat this spring.

News publishers are also concerned over the lack of access about the customer information from Apple as they would like to use that date to market their products to the customers directly.

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As with any rumor, we can't be 100% sure if it's true, and with no firm indication from Apple, we can only speculate about a release date for the Apple AirPods 2.

A report the other day said Apple would release the second-gen AirPods and the AirPower universal wireless charger this spring, and now we have more details about the upcoming launch from a couple of sources.

It will feature a redesigned charging coil configuration, making the mat slightly thicker than before and, possibly, to prevent any overheating issues.

But that might not be the only major charging update to come out of Apple.

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