Apple will launch a TV subscription service at the beginning of next year according to a report from The Information, a technology news website. The new TV subscription service will be available in over 100 countries worldwide and will offer access to both original content and network subscriptions such as Showtime and HBO. Apple has been investing heavily in original content over the past year, and its new TV subscription service will put it in direct competition with services like Netflix and Amazon Prime Video. Current market leaders are HBO and Netflix, who have 140 million and 125 million subscribers respectively.
Other rumors also indicate that Apple's new TV subscription service may be offered free of charge to Apple device owners.
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