Here are your Apple Rumors for today:
AR: Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) may have a small team of developers working on an augmented reality project, reports MacRumors. Speculation surrounding this small team comes from Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster in a letter to investors. The analyst said that he believes the team is working on applications for AR and a way to make it fashionable to wear. The analyst didn’t have any idea on if or when the team would show the fruits of their labor. The tech company has been working on incorporating AR features into its Maps app since 2011.
TV: A new rumor claims that Apple is looking to ad more content providers to its upcoming subscription TV service, The Wall Street Journal notes. The rumor comes from unnamed sources that are believed to be familiar with the company’s plans. According to these sources, the etch company is looking to add Viacom (NASDAQ:VIA,NASDAQ:VIAB) and Discovery (NASDAQ:DISCA,NASDAQ:DISCB,NASDAQ:DISCK) to its list of content providers for the service. This could potentially bring Discovery Channel, Animal Planet, TLC, MTV, Comedy Central and Nickelodeon to the service.
Watch: Apple Store locations are preparing for the launch of the Apple Launch, reports 9to5Mac. Starting on April 10, Stores will start offering to let customers try on the Watch to see how it works. Each customer will be given 15 minutes with the device to familiarize themselves with it. Stores will have minimum of 10 try-on stations and some larger ones will have more. Customers can set up appointments to try on a specific version of the dievce and can also set a reservation to pick it up when it launches on April 24.