Tonight's report Bloomberg reported a new report that Apple's next streaming video service will ship in November and will sell for $ 9.99 a month.
The company hasn't announced a service price or release date yet, even though it was announced again in March of this year. However, this window launched Apple's product immediately in preparation for the release of Disney +, its own entertainment zerg nut streaming service that mixes original Disney movies, Marvel content, Star Wars content, and original shows and movies.
According to Bloomberg Apple expects annual service revenues to reach $ 50 billion by 2020, with the launch of TV Plus a milestone. In November, the service arrives with 5 shows. Morning Show Features featuring Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon Jason Momoa of Aqua Man ; With actress Octavia Spencer Truth Be Told ; Revival of Steven Spielberg's documentary series [Amazing Stories] and Home.
It's not a very strong lineup, and according to Eddy Cue's senior interview Sunday Times the interviews show that Apple will add shows at a slower pace than its competitors, such as Netflix. ] We are back in June. But Apple has attracted many other celebrities, including Oprah Winfrey, who brings two documentaries to TV Plus. Reportedly, they spend hundreds of millions of dollars on the morning show and respectively.
Apple's original content consumption was $ 6 billion, a significant increase from its initial $ 1 billion pledge two years ago, and Netflix is expected to spend more than $ 14 billion this year, with about $ 24 billion spent by Disney Expect to peel for streaming and theatrical release.
Apple doesn't seem to have started its service at the end of this year. You can make a $ 10 lineup a month for a hard sale starting at $ 6.99 per month for a product like Disney +, and a reduced version of Hulu and ESPN will sell for $ 12.99 per month. .