Apple is set to roll out a service called iTV that is intended to replace the company’s existing online services, according to an internal report obtained by Business Insider.
The iTV service is slated to be rolled out in the first quarter of 2021.
The iTV is an online service that Apple purchased in 2014, and it was built around a similar service called iCloud.
Apple acquired iCloud in 2014 and later moved iCloud to the cloud as part of its efforts to get more customers online.
The new service, iTV Online, is scheduled to launch in 2021.
The service will be free for users of the iDevice.
Apple has not revealed a pricing structure for iTV, but the company did confirm that the service will cost $10 a month.
The price of the iTv service is set by the Apple Online Customer Support team.