Apple TV+ six months later: How does Apple’s streaming service hold up?

By GIXnews

Last spring, Apple officially took the wraps off the service we all knew was coming: Apple TV+. A premium streaming service to compete with Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, and the rest of the increasingly crowded market. The first handful of shows were available on November 1, 2019, with a new show or movie released every few weeks since then.

So how is Apple doing? Half a year in, is Apple TV+ a must-have streaming service, or can you ignore it without missing much? So far, Apple has landed somewhere in-between. If we were giving Apple a letter grade, it would get a “C” with a special teacher’s note: “shows potential.” Apple is doing as well with overall content quality as any of its competitors, has expanded the TV app to more devices, and is priced competitively at $4.99 a month. But content volume is severely lacking, and the service hasn’t found it’s break-out hit yet.

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Source:: IT news – Internet