Apple is so serious about the original TV package it's rolling out tomorrow, which the iPhone maker has been referring to internally as a "Netflix-killer," that the company at one point gave serious consideration to acquiring either Netflix or the Walt Disney Co. and building a studio for its own TV projects.
That's according to an exhaustive new report from The Wall Street Journal Sunday, which gives us a detailed look ahead at what the company will reveal at its big media event set for Monday. During that event, Apple will reportedly unveil its new Apple News subscription bundle that will cost $9.99 a month, as well as pricing for its new video service -- originally thought to be free to Apple device owners.
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