Apple CEO is Not Ready to Talk about Their Soon to Be Launched Netflix Competitor




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Yesterday during Apple’s earnings call, CEO Tim Cook talked about the future of their TV efforts. In the call he talked about the Apple TV and their AirPlay 2 efforts but when it came to original content and their plans to launch a Netflix competitor Cook declined to comment at this time.

You can hear his full comments on the future of Apple’s TV efforts here:

Apple has for some time been striking deals to get original content from a variety of partners including Opera. It has been reported that Apple plans to launch this service by mid-April. I wouldn’t take Apple’s refusal to talk about the service today as any indication of issues or delays. Apple has a long history of waiting until the last second to make an announcement on a new service.

The only questions now are when will the service launch, what devices will it support, and what will it cost.

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