Apple is one of the largest tech giant companies in the whole world which is consistently producing some innovative tech products. However, from last few years it’s failing at core operations, and that’s why now the company is going to reveal about its entrance into video streaming and news subscription services. Apple is going to talk about it’s most ambitious projects which might change the way the company operates. We have already seen that iPhones sales have been slowed down from the last many months, but that doesn’t stop Apple to enter into movie streaming business.
There are already many reports about this news because earlier tech experts revealed how Apple is trying to hire some good content creators for Apple TV. Apple’s service sector is performing well since it managed to record revenue of more than 40 billion dollars. Now even if iPhones are not selling that much in an Asian market, Apple can dominate other sectors which are used by millions of iPhones users.
Spotify and Netflix are one of the most popular apps which are in the market. But with this recent announcement, Apple might reshape that platform also. Reportedly Apple TV is going to offers all TV shows and movies which are telecasted on Television plus it will offer web series which are going to be either acquired or created by Apple itself. Netflix is dominating movie streaming business, but now Apple is also trying to book some profit in this sector. Apple has reportedly spent more than 1 billion dollars on acquiring TV rights for Apple TV. In other words, Apple is ready to give fierce competition to Netflix and other service platforms, but one can’t say for sure whether they’re going to succeed at it or not.
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