Apple has reportedly spent $1.4 billion in the upcoming video streaming support, that will rival with Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, HBO and Hulu.
Apple has been developing a video streaming service that can rival Netflix, but not much is known about the launch date. As per a report by nThe Information, Apple will launch the service in 2019. At that moment, we still do not the exact release yet, where it'll be made accessible, or how much users need to pay for the service.
Given that Disney plans to unveil its streaming service on Apr 11, chances are bright to see Apple announcing a video streaming service inside the same month. Apple has reportedly spent $1.4 billion in the upcoming video streaming support, that will rival with Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, HBO and Hulu. Only last month, Apple Chief executive officer Tim Cook said in an interview to CNBC that Apple will announce a new service soon. While Cook did not reveal anything about the service, it is being said that he can be hinting to a Netflix style video streaming support.
It is reported that iPhone manufacturer is developing as much as 17 original shows. The listing includes the likes of a morning show by Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston, Childrens show from the creators of Sesame Tree, new series from Oprah Winfrey, a thriller from M. Night Shyamalan, and a couple of other interesting jobs.
Aside from a video streaming support, Apple is reportedly working on Netflix style streaming support for video games, the upcoming magazine and news subscription assistance, and possibly a brand new service in the health area.
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