Is Apple’s Entry Into The Streaming TV Business Too Little Too Late?

Like AT&T and Disney, the company that started as a maker of computer hardware says streaming is the future of entertainment.

By Shelly BrisbinMarch 28, 2019 12:55 pm,

During a star-studded event on Monday, Apple unveiled its long-rumored TV streaming service, joining Disney and AT&T in a battle royal against Netflix’s primacy in Americans’ living rooms. But despite all the corporate firepower, what’s in it for consumers? Don’t we already have plenty of streaming services and monthly subscription fees?

Tech expert Omar Gallaga says not all of the new services will survive. And so far, it looks like Apple is a little late to the game.

What you’ll hear in this segment:

– What Apple announced about its streaming service, and when consumers can get it

– Whether you need Apple devices to connect to Apple TV+

– Which other companies are planning new streaming services