It wasn't that long ago we heard reports that Dr. Dre would be starring in Apple's first original series, a semi-autobiographical "dark drama" supposedly titled Vital Signs. Today, the New York Times is reporting that a way (wayyyy) different figure from hip hop, Will.i.am, will actually be starring in the company's first foray into producing original content.
The Will.i.am series will be a reality show that documents the way apps are produced and sold in the app store, Apple senior vice president Eddie Cue told the newspaper. He also said that despite longstanding rumors that Apple wants to jump into the original content game and compete with Netflix (th...
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