Apple podría crear un paquete de servicios que incluiría contenido original de TV, Apple Music y News
We already have here a first interesting change of Texture since Apple bought this Spotify from magazines in the middle of last March. Cupertino’s company has decided to lower the price of the monthly subscription from $14.99 to $9.99. It will apply from now on to all paying users.
In a statement, Texture (and thus indirectly Apple), assures that both the user experience and the content that subscribers access remain exactly the same . It should be remembered, however, that Texture has closed its official application for Windows.
We can’t deduce too much about Apple’s plans with this discount. It can be a simple move to gain the trust of subscribers, or it can be a preparatory gesture for that ‘universal subscription’ that some talk about.
Considering that we won’t be seeing any more content from Apple for some time, I wouldn’t count on a renewed Apple News and Texture integration until well into 2019. I’m sure it’s something that will be intensely discussed in Cupertino’s offices .