Apple is s reportedly spending $15 million per episode on forthcoming show See, similar to what Disney is spending on a Star Wars spinoff.
Eddy Cue sat down for an interview with GQ, talking about Apple TV+, Steve Jobs, iTunes, and more.
Today, says Cue, most people subscribe to a satellite or cable service. “But do you think that’ll be the case ten years from now? I don’t think even the cable and satellite people are going to raise their hands. There’s a pretty rapid change coming.”
Disney+ won’t launch until November 12, but it’s already putting strategic pressure on Apple TV+. Apple has found itself in a bind.
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WarnerMedia appears to have beaten out Apple and is set to agree a $500 million partnership deal with J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot production firm.
Apple wants to finance six small-budget movies per year, looking at ideas that are more likely to win the Academy Awards.
Apple is gearing up for Apple TV+ in ways we haven’t seen before. That’s because success of this streaming service is so critical to Apple.
In a new interview with Hollywood Reporter Oprah Winfrey talks about her plans with Apple, departure from 60 Minutes, and more.