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MacSurfer's Archive: Thursday, March 21, 2019


  • "Apple's plans for its new TV service: Sell other people's TV services/Apple's TV plans, explained. (Spoiler: Apple isn't taking on Netflix yet.)"  Recode 11:40 AM
  • "Apple May Offer Cut-Priced Bundles With Video Offering"  The Information [Subscription Required for Full Article] 1:14 PM
  • "Apple is on a hardware-launching bonanza ahead of its big TV announcement" ["By releasing the hardware this week, Apple has cleared time during a launch event next week to focus on new streaming TV and news subscription products."]  CNBC 8:37 AM
  • "Apple Bid for TV Stardom Is Biggest Gamble Yet"  Light Reading 9:59 AM
  • "Can Apple Solve These Consumer Frustrations With Video Streaming?" The Motley Fool 4:24 PM
  • "New York Times CEO warns publishers ahead of Apple news launch: Inc is expected to launch an ambitious new entertainment and paid digital news service on Monday, as the iPhone maker pushes back against streaming video leader Netflix Inc. But it likely will not feature the New York Times Co." ["'We tend to be quite leery about the idea of almost habituating people to find our journalism somewhere else,' he told Reuters in an interview on Thursday. 'We're also generically worried about our journalism being scrambled in a kind of Magimix (blender) with everyone else's journalism.'"]  Reuters 6:14 PM
  • "Apple: These 'Side Businesses' Matter More Than You Think" ["I believe the iPad and Mac segments can contribute more substantially to Apple's performance in the current fiscal year than they did in the last."]  Seeking Alpha 7:51 AM
  • "Apple's Growth Depends on Androids: Its best prospects depend on customers who don't use its devices."  Bloomberg [Free/Paid Registration Required] 12:06 PM
  • "Will Apple keep ignoring all these people?"  Bloomberg [Free/Paid Registration Required] 8:46 AM
  • "After Google, EU's Antitrust Sights May Turn to Amazon and Apple" Bloomberg [Free/Paid Registration Required] 8:46 AM
  • "Apple just blew past Microsoft to become the world's most-valuable public company: Apple has surpassed Microsoft to reclaim its title as the world's most-valuable public company with a market cap of $916 billion."  Business Insider 11:47 AM