At the Apple Watch event earlier this month Apple dropped the price of their Apple TV from $99 to $69, which has given the company some extra time before their next generation device is launched.
There have been rumors that Apple will launch a new Apple TV device this year and it will come with a new TV service and according to a recent report this will happen in the fall of 2015.
The news comes in a report from the WSJ, who have said that Apple will launch their new TV service with around 25 channels, and this will include shows from major networks like ABC, CBS, Fox and more.
Apple recently announced a new streaming service from HBO at their press event earlier in the month, HBO Now which will be exclusive to Apple for the first three months and there are also other similar services on the way to the Apple TV.
The company is expected to announce their new Apple TV subscription service at their Worldwide Developer Conference in June and then launch the service in September. Apple could also launch some new Apple TV hardware in September along with their new TV service.
We suspect that the company will want to make their new TV service available to as many of their existing TV device owners as possible, so that would mean that the new service would be available on existing Apple TV devices as well as any new hardware that the company plans to launch.