Apple 30 Nov
Cupertino tech giant Apple was last year reportedly considering to launch its new service in competition to Google’s Chromecast and in a recent happening in this regard, CEO of Apple Tim Cook put more fuel to the fire and shared in an interview with CNBC’s Mad Money show that the company is aiming to introduce new ‘services’ in 2019.
While the chief didn’t share any particulars of the information as to what the services would be, the host tried linking the dots and asked if Apple was working on any services in healthcare or mobile payments as well and it’s long-discussed TV service that everyone talked about since long.
This story got even more interesting considering the mysterious announcements at CES 2019 by TV manufacturers, propagating how they would be supporting Apple’s AirPlay 2 and HomeKit to let the users stream content from their iPhone, iPad, and Macs. Even from the TV manufacturers running Google and Samsung’s version of casting technology were welcoming ‘something’ new coming from Apple’s side.
Earlier there it was all over in the tech news how Apple has been heavily investing in TV content with over a billion dollars poured into the reportedly upcoming streaming service from Apple. Apart from rumors floating around the streaming service, Tim Cook also addressed the concerns regarding low iPhone XR sales as expecting where he defended Apple’s position stating that it’s still the most popular iPhone since the recent launch of Apple products took place.