This summer, Apple will introduce the web-based TV service for the Apple TV and iOS, which will start this Fall. There are always rumors about Apple launching its TV streing service. This year, it will finally happen to the WWDC in June

The WSJ says that you can see both the live program and on-demand replays on the Apple TV, iPad and the iPhone. The Web TV service will initially exclusively in the States, but will be available for all devices running iOS there. It is flanked might introduce a new interface and new Apple TV hardware.

For $30 to $40 a month, customers will be able to iPhone, iPad and Apple TV to stream content from September. Unlike traditional cable TV providers, however, the Apple program is intended to include only the major networks, local programs such as FOX, ABC and CBS. Other channels like NBC, however, did not want to cooperate with Apple..

For years, reported the rumor that Apple stands above a corresponding offer in negotiations with rights holders – but apparently it had drawbacks given. Should it really be this year so far but is likely to be some time until the offer will also be available in other countries than in the US – for each country would have to re-negotiate Apple.

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