The Wall Street Journal has posted some news about Apple's alleged video and news subscription services, which are due to be announced on Monday.
In particular, unnamed sources familiar with the matter claim that Apple expects $ 9.99 a dollar a month for its video service and news service: [1
The original series is released in a new TV app where employees call a Netflix killer. This makes it easy for people to subscribe to channels such as Starz, Showtime, and HBO, which Apple has negotiated to offer their shows for $ 9.99 a month in a single click, according to the people who are familiar with the talks ,  Sources also point out that Apple has been negotiating with companies to provide this new TV app for smart TVs like Roku.
As for Apple News, premium news is charged at $ 9.99 per month, according to unnamed sources.
Apple plans to target 1.4 billion iOS and Mac devices worldwide with its streaming video services and messaging services as it seeks more service revenue as iPhone sales decline.
There is no indication that the Canadians will be included as part of the video service launch, but we have Apple News here so far. Would you be prepared to pay $ 9.99 per month for another video service?