'Game of Thrones'
The cast of HBO's "Game of Thrones" poses backstage with their award for Outstanding Drama Series during the 67th Primetime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles, California September 20, 2015. Reuters/Mike Blake

“Game of Thrones” fans may get to stream Season 6 on their Apple devices like the iPhone, iPad and Apple TV. Apple is reportedly eyeing to buy Time Warner Inc, a company that owns the HBO channel on which the popular TV show airs in April every year.

According to a report by New York Post, Apple is keeping a close eye on the developments at the Time Warner Inc and it may be ready to move in if the company or its assets go on sale. Along with Apple, the other companies who are also interested in Time Warner are AT &T and Fox. AT&T owns DirecTV and this acquisition would add to its content portfolio.

Apple, on the other hand is said to be working on a stand-alone streaming TV service. The report notes that the company has so far struggled to create a “skinny bundle of programming from existing content partners.”

The Time Warner acquisition would give the company access to movies and TV shows from Warner Bros. and other content from sources like CNN news and Turner Sports. If a deal falls through, Apple may also stream “Game of Thrones” Season 6 on its devices for its users.

The next season of the show is one of the most highly anticipated seasons of the show. The TV series has already used up all the source material from the books and author George R.R. Martin has confirmed that the next book in “A Song of Ice and Fire” series will not be released before the show premieres in April. So, even the fans of the book series are currently unaware of what happens next.

While the fans wait for news about the next season, MijnSerie has released a list of what it claims are the titles for the episodes of the next season. According to the site, the first episode of the show will be titled “Kingsmoot,” referring to an event at the Iron Islands.

The titles of the other episodes of “Game of Thrones” Season 6 are reported to be “White Harbour,” “The Mummers Dragon,” “My Lord,” “The Last Heir,” “Winds of Winter,” “Crow’s Eye,” “Warrior of Light,” “The Long Night” and “Valonqar.” There has been no official confirmation about the titles of the show yet, so fans are advised to treat the report on the episode titles as a rumour at this time.