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Some Apple video content will be free to customers; company seeks Oscars and Emmys

[2019-03-15 12:27:33]

A Bloomberg report echoes earlier suggestions that at least some of the content offered on Apple’s soon-to-be-announced streaming video service will be free for owners of Apple devices. CNET previously suggested that Apple’s original content would be free, while it would charge for access to partner content. It also says that Apple has big ambitions for its original content, targeting prestigious awards for both movies and TV shows … The post Some Apple video content will be free to customers; company seeks Oscars and Emmys appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Some Apple video content will be free to customers; company seeks Oscars and Emmys


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