Apple will present its streaming video service in March

Apple seems to have everything ready for the presentation of its streaming video service.

As mentioned in Bloomberg, the company is scheduling an event for March 25, which will feature special guests, such as Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Garner, JJ Abrams, among other Hollywood stars.

Although Apple has remained silent, and did not want to comment on this future service, different sources have already commented on some interesting details. They work in the same way as services like Netflix or Amazon Prime Video, with paid content (and perhaps some free as promotion), following a subscription model. Users will be able to access the content through the TV app.

Some rumors mention the possibility of a subscription that includes other benefits, such as having access to Apple Music, as well as other services of the company. CNBC mentions some additional data, for example, it mentions that HBO, Netflix and Hulu will not be part of this project, at least so far.

. According to these sources, the video service will be available in April or May. On the other hand, a news service will also be presented at this event, which will be integrated into the News app, following the same subscription dynamics.

At the moment, there are no official comments, so we will have to wait to see what plans Apple has in store for the coming months.