We may, however, also get fresh details about the iPhone maker's planned game subscription bundle, for which new details have emerged over the weekend suggesting that Apple doesn't intend to use the gaming package as a way to directly compete with rival offerings like Google Stadia. The move could also guide Netflix' strategy for other developing markets across the globe in the company's plan for world domination.
The move comes amid deepening woes for the news sector facing a hard transition to the digital world where few people want to pay for information and advertising is problematic.
Laura Martin, an analyst with the research firm Needham & Co, said Apple's prospects are strong as it shifts from being a "product" company to an "ecosystem".
"Following Apple'sacquisition of Texture, we are expecting to hear about an Apple News Magazines" on March 25. Within that app, Apple is going to allow device users to subscribe to now available streaming services, similar to Amazon Channels. The news and video services will likely debut with a single bundle option for everything, similar to Amazon Prime.
Will Apple's streaming service suffer without content from the likes of HBO and Netflix?
"While we met with several companies participating in Apple's upcoming video service, none seemed to have a clear sense of what will exactly be announced on Monday", Quadrani wrote in a note to clients. It's certainly possible, as it might attract new viewers previously unwilling to shell out the full cost for a monthly plan. This would let users stream Apple's original shows and premium subscriptions on Roku devices.
'He is very tired' - Menotti anxious about Messi ahead of Argentina friendlies
Messi is Argentina's all-time leading scorer with 65 goals but is yet to win anything with his national team. Hopefully with the return of Messi the team will be strengthened.
Hotstar launched a VIP subscription plan for Rs 365 a year offering users to watch live cricket matches and shows on Star Network before they are aired on television.
Depending on the games made available as part of such service, it could end up being the biggest start of Apple event.
While players like Netflix and Hulu are unlikely to ever sign-on with Apple's service, the company does reportedly already have around 15 streaming providers on board for Monday's launch, which includes a collection of smaller digital-old services like Cheddar and Tastemade alongside the big players like Showtime and Starz. Apple plans to charge about $10/month.
In streaming, Apple is taking on not just Netflix and Amazon but some of the biggest names in the media-entertainment world.
Apple is now in the phase of developing some of the best technological creations for all its customers awaiting the best hi-tech and advanced versions of the already existing devices or even a completely newer one. There's also word of a new finance service, with Apple partnering with Goldman Sachs to offer a credit card tied to Apple Pay.