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On March 25, Apple could hold an event in Apple Park

Today is a day of rumors focused on Apple’s presentations for 2019 both the hypothetical dates of the celebration of WWDC 2019 and the presentation of the new iPad. Now BuzzFeed has assured that Apple will meet the press next March 25th at the Apple Park in order to make a presentation of the new news subscription service that the company is preparing.

In this hypothetical presentation there is doubt that the new iPad mini 5 or second generation AirPods can be presented, being focused only on the new service closely linked to News. It is even believed that we will not see anything related to the streaming multimedia content service that is more than known to everyone.

On March 25, Apple could hold an event in Apple ParkOn March 25, Apple could hold an event in Apple Park

This new news subscription service will basically be based on the possibility of the user being able to enjoy various editorial publications on their device in exchange for paying a monthly fee. That is, they will have a wide range of magazines or newspapers in digital format that people will be able to browse and read in their free time in exchange for a modest monthly fee of around $10 . This will be the same system that Netflix has but based on news and other publications.

Despite the fact that a few hours ago we were talking about various sources close to the production line who claimed that we would see new hardware on the market in March such as AirPower or second generation AirPods this new information has left us quite disappointed.

Of this service obviously d eberemos of forgetting in some countries because surely it will remain at first in those where News is available. In the future if there is agreement with various publications we may see it in other countries like Spain although we are convinced that this will take quite some time. That’s why if Apple plans an event where only talk about this service will be a little disappointing for those who expected new products.

Leave us in the comment box what you think of this new data.