That growing apprehension marks a stark turnaround for a company that has seemed invincible for years.
Last year, Apple said developers would be able to easily bring their iPad apps to Mac computers. So far, the reality has fallen short for some developers and is even leaving consumers paying twice for apps.
There have been growing calls on social media for MultiChoice to share Springbok games in this year’s Rugby World Cup with the SABC. This makes little sense if it’s forced on the company. By Duncan McLeod.
Apple said its TV+ original video subscription service will launch on 1 November for $4.99/month, undercutting the price of rival offerings.
Get ready, TV fans, because the next few months are going to be wild. Deep-pocketed giants are spending billions of dollars on so much new streaming content that there will be little reason to leave your couch this summer.
Apple plans to roll out the Apple TV+ movie and TV subscription service by November, part of a drive to reach $50-billion in service sales by 2020.
Walt Disney Co is pricing a new bundle of streaming services at a surprisingly low $12.99/month, challenging Netflix with a package that includes family programming, live sports and a deep library of television shows.