Here are your Apple Rumors for today:
TV: Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) is reportedly in talks to start its own subscription TV service later this year, reports MacRumors. According to sources close to the situation, the tech company will launch a subscription TV service in Fall that will include several major networks. It’s rumored that the new service would cost about $30 to $40 a month. Apple is expected to show the service off for the first time at the Worldwide Developers Conference taking place in June.
Data: Apple maybe willing to share very specific data with content providers for its rumored TV service, 9to5Mac notes. According to rumors, the tech company may be willing to share data regarding a subscribers viewing habits with content providers. This would also include information on who the person is and what shows they’re interested in. It’s also possibly planning to allow content providers quite a bit of control over how advertisements are handled in the service.
Band: A new patent filed on Tuesday shows off a possible new Apple Watch band, reports AppleInsider. The new patent labels the Watch band as the “modern buckle band.” Images show what appears to be a normal band at first, but then it highlights that the band is actually two separate parts. These parts connect together around the Watch. The patent describes a system where the bands are held together via magnets and can easily be switched out. It also mentioned that the bands are firm enough that they won’t disconnect without prompt.