Is Apple Losing A Lot Commercially Due to Their Bad-pricing Habit?
Apple‘s innovations come, rather always get rolled out at a higher if you compare it to the base plan of its competitors. Take, for instance, Amazon Prime Video offers its streaming for $8.99 per month if you pay for an annual subscription, while Netflix’s basic standard definition plan starts at $9 per month.
They have launched another streaming service dubbed Apple TV+ that will be rolled out in November this year according to Apple TV Streaming Services To Be Launched In November –
Disney’s upcoming service will launch at $6.99 per month, and if you pay $13 per month, it’ll throw in ESPN+ and Hulu subscriptions too. The streaming market is heating up, and Apple will have to invest heavily in original content and licensing to lure viewers away from its competition.
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Apple’s 2018 was affected by lower than expected iPhone sales in the second half of the year with a result that Apple’s production dropped by 3 percent compared with 2017. Apple was affected by a ban on sale of some iPhone models and high pricing of the new iPhones.