Apple’s next big software release will have a blue yeti: Report
The next software release for Apple is expected to include a blue buti, according to a new report.
AppleInsider reported Tuesday that the next software update for the iPhone, which is expected later this month, will include the new buti software that is part of the company’s new Apple TV streaming service.
The buti app was launched on Wednesday, with AppleInsider citing a source close to Apple.
The source also said the new AppleTV service, which will be available to new Apple customers as soon as October, will feature a similar buti to the current one.
The new Appletv app is expected “to have more in common with what Apple’s streaming services already offer than with the Roku-like buti that is already available on some Apple TVs,” the source said.
Apple has yet to release the next AppleTV app.
Apple’s new TV streaming app, which launched Wednesday, will stream content from major broadcast networks and will allow users to create shows, movies and television shows.
It will also allow users access to Apple TV’s streaming library, which includes shows like “Orange is the New Black” and “The Crown,” which is a hit on Apple’s service.
AppleTV will also include a variety of third-party content, including games and apps from the likes of Disney, Hulu and Netflix.
The app will launch with a free version, and will also offer a subscription model for $9.99 a month.
Apple is expected pay out $6 billion in revenue this year, according an estimate from The New York Times.
The company is estimated to make a net profit of $2.1 billion, which would be the highest in the history of the firm.