According to the report, Apple has informed entertainment companies that content will be available in mid-April. A release date should be scheduled within a few weeks of the start date for mid-April.
A mid-April launch is in line with earlier rumors that Apple's streaming service could be launched in early 2019. It is believed that the service includes content from third parties such as HBO and STARZ also own content from Apple.
Apple announces that its streaming video service will be ready to launch in mid-April] Apple plans to make the service available through its existing TV app, and at least some of Apple's own content will be Apple's Users are provided free of charge.
While the service will first be launched in the US, Apple has ambitious plans to expand it to more than 100 countries in the course of 2019.
Apple has over two dozen original TV shows underway, many of which have entered the casting phase and are likely to be on the verge of filming if the shoot has not started yet. Apple has also signed deals for several films, bringing famous TV producers such as Jason Katims and Justin Lin for exclusive TV shows and movies.
The content ranges from dramas and comedies to children's shows to science fiction. For a complete list of the projects that Apple is working on, see the original content section of our Apple TV guide.