Apple and Comcast are working on a deal
March 26 , 2014
Apple is working with Comcast to replace the cable box so users are able to stream TV content and a DVR-recorded video without any delays linked to buffering or other issues such as quality.
The tech giant had previously been working with Time Warner, until Comcast agree to buy it.
However, the Journal notes that the two sides aren't closing the agreement just yet and are currently discussing key issues. Moreover, net neutrality won't be a problem since the deal doesn't violate any rules that Comcast agreed to when it purchased NBCUniversal.