Apple is also believed to be working on a subscription news service aimed at shaking up the world of journalism.
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Get ready for Apple's iPad lineup to expand once more, with Apple bringing new sizes to its tablet family. The gameplan is to ensure that people using Apple hardware will keep themselves interested with the company's own apps and media, instead of hopping to 3rd party apps and services, like users do with Netflix and standalone apps from HBO and the rest.
Typically, the invite for the March event, which will be held at the Steve Jobs Theater, doesn't concretely give anything away, but the "show time" tagline is certainly a hint towards a TV/movie service.
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Apple acquired the digital magazine app Texture past year, which enables you to read a huge number of publications for a single monthly fee, a bit like a music streaming service. However, it is possible that the company might unveil the rumored 5th generation iPad mini, AirPods 2, and AirPower wireless charging mat.
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