When Will iOS 14 Be Released? -ConsideringApple

When Will iOS 14 Be Released? -ConsideringApple

News website The Verifier (via 9to5Mac) reported that the latest version of the operating system will allegedly be coming to all existing iOS 13 iPhone and iPad devices.

The codes refer to the subscription management system for services such as Apple TV +, Apple Music and Apple News +. Apple is expected to release its iOS 14 later this year and a report suggests that it would still support older devices that were released as early as 2015.

Apple appears to be working on a way to combine its subscription services into a single "mega bundle". Where you could pay a monthly price, in other words, and get access to Apple services like Apple TV + and Apple News + that, as things stand now, cost you individual monthly fees for each. At the time, folks conversant in the matter had shared that if Apple News+ is bundled with Apple TV+ and Apple Music, magazines and newspapers that get half of the $9.99 (roughly Rs. 750) month-to-month subscription worth, will get a lesser reduce as the value for Apple News+ would possible be lowered.

Ann Thai, senior product marketing manager of the App Store at Apple Inc., speaks during a company product launch event at the Steve Jobs Theater at Apple Park in Cupertino, California, March 25, 2019. First is that it will be able to deliver its services to masses at a lower rate, making more people subscribe to it, while second is that it will be Apple's another way to bring a more deeper integration within its ecosystem.

Apple might not be able to offer such a bundle soon despite the presence of references to it in iOS 13.5.5, 9To5Mac noted. When it comes to the official rollout of these bundled services, the report says that we may have to wait for a long time for that to happen. Previous year they were right to reveal the devices compatible with iOS 13, so their leak was taken into account by analysts.

From Apple's point of view, there is untapped potential for cross-pollination in its different subscription offerings, such as a recent tweet by Jaeden Martell, star of the Apple TV + series.

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