Apple is jumping on the cord cutting revolution and is set to launch a 25 channel TV streaming service with a monthly price tag of $30-40 coming fall 2015.
According the Wall Street Journal the service will be able to stream channels live to Apple TV, iPhones and iPads and devices using Apple’s iOS.
The service will include network channels such as CBS, ESPN and FX. Apple’s plan is to market to cable subscribers that don’t want the bloated subscription packages of today’s cable service. In recent months, ESPN has been rumored to announce a similar plan for $20, but nothing even came of the rumors.
NBC will not be part of the package after NBC’s parent company Comcast had a falling out of sorts from the X1 set top box scuffle.