Apple finally seems to be caving to the Netflix model and reportedly plans to licence older content to help build out its meager lineup of mostly ok originals.
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Apple is reportedly looking to build out its Apple TV+ content library with older movies and television shows to better compete with the likes of Netflix, Disney+ and Hulu.
Apple TV+ subscribers may have a larger collection of shows to watch in the future, with claims Apple is in talks to license existing movies and TV shows, to bulk up its catalog in a similar way to Netflix and Disney+.
The $4.99-a-month service now includes more than 120 games.
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A new report says Apple is having discussions about bringing older TV series and films to its Apple TV Plus platform.
Apple may be looking to build out its streaming catalog.
The $4.99-a-month service includes more than 110 games.
Apple Arcade launched with close to 100 titles and the service is seeing new games added regularly. Follow along with our guide on the latest from Apple’s gaming service.
Samsung has launched its latest product today that sees its QLED Smart TV series expand outside. The new Terrace 4K outdoor TV comes with an IP55 dust and water resistance rating, a bright enough screen to enjoy content even in direct sunlight as well as Apple TV, iTunes, Apple Music, and AirPlay 2 integration. Samsung
Apple is working on original podcasts that will be exclusive to the Podcasts app, and is searching for an executive to lead its podcast efforts, reports Bloomberg.