Apple’s video service may launch without HBO and Netflix support

Apple’s upcoming TV service is supposed to let viewers bundle together their favorite networks, but according to CNBC, Netflix isn’t on board with the plan and HBO may not be either.

The streaming service, which CNBC says could launch in April or early May, will be centered around Apple’s own original shows and movies. At least some of those titles will be made available for free to Apple device owners, CNBC previously reported.

But Apple’s ambition is to create something larger than just a home for its own content: it’s still trying to build the dream of an all-encompassing TV app, which can pull together shows and movies from all the services you subscribe to, making it really…

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