“While Apple may be letting Dr. Dre star in his own show, it seems the company is setting aside plans for a standalone TV service,” Nate Swanner reports for TNW. “CBS CEO Les Moonves says his company has had “no recent talks” with Apple regarding its TV service, which many believed would cost $30-40 monthly.”
“Though not specifically laid out in any report, scuttlebutt suggests Apple is leaving its TV service plans alone because networks like CBS want too much money,” Swanner reports. “To that, it sounds like Apple is bullish on its pricing scheme, and wants to incorporate all major networks.
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