However, there are reports that it might unveil its new streaming-video product.
Apart from Apple-originals, the company is also looking forward to get the likes of HBO, Showtime and Starz to stream their content on the Apple platform.
Apple's official invite to the event hints at its film and television-related plans with the inclusion of an animated film reel countdown and use of the tag line "it's show time". This system has worked out for Apple for years, and it's something the company is said to be doubling down with when it comes to the new subscription services.
The services segment accounted for only about 14 percent of Apple's overall $265.6 billion in revenue, but investors have pinned their hopes for growth on the segment.
Apple has a big event coming up next week that might include a reveal of a game subscription service the tech giant is rumored to be working on.More news: Barça confirm Messi injury and he won＇t play against Morocco
Depending on the games made available as part of such service, it could end up being the biggest start of Apple event. The company, however, is focusing on creating a Netflix-like streaming service.
As a result of those private meetings, Apple has also reportedly begun paying closer attention to apps that could potentially help as well as "threaten" the company. The event, which will be held at the Steve Jobs Theater in its Cupertino headquarters, will most likely focus on services Apple plans to roll out this year and beyond - the tagline, after all, is, "It's show time", likely referring to the video streaming service. It seems likely that that's a nod to the shows that Apple is expected to unveil, as Evans is starring in one of them, an eight-episode thriller series called Defending Jacob. The way it would work is Apple would collect the recurring revenue from the gaming bundle and then split it among participating game developers based on how much time users spent playing their respective games, per this new report.
If you want to view the March event on Apple TV, you'll require an Apple TV 2 or newer.
The group which has the library of Universal Studios and the NBC broadcast network will be betting that viewers will opt for a free or discounted service with ads instead of paying $10 to $15. Either way, the company's shift to offering more subscription-based services is monumental.
The potential sales from a television service have become a focus of investors after Apple in January reported the first-ever dip in iPhone sales during the key holiday shopping period and said it would lower iPhone prices in some markets to account for foreign exchange rates.