Apple announced today that it will be releasing three new iPhone’s The iPhone 11 Pro Max which features a 6.5 inch OLED display and a three-camera feature. MSRP $1,099 The iPhone 11 Pro features a 5.8 inch OLED display and also three lenses and comes in at MSRP $999 The iPhone 11 encompassing a 6.1Continue reading “Apple Shoots Itself, Takes Disney and Netflix Down in Double Homicide”
If you missed the Netflix stock rally in its growth phase from 2015 to June 2018, hold tight. Roku stock has risen over 380% in the last eight months. Read the full story below!
Apple TV+ is set to launch in November with a monthly cost of $9.99. Analysts expect Apple TV+ to reach 12 million subscribers by the end of 2020. source https://finance.yahoo.com/m/26f34a59-c6e0-3cdb-b3a7-4694b8796942/apple-tv%2B-to-add-%242.5-billion.html?.tsrc=rss
The world’s leading premium streaming video service and the top dog in social media are trading places in 2019, but only one can come out on top in 2020. source https://finance.yahoo.com/news/better-buy-netflix-vs-facebook-231500973.html?.tsrc=rss
Traditional pay-TV services are shedding subscribers because video streaming is more convenient, offers more choice, and, at least for now, a better value. As Netflix (ticker: NFLX), Apple (AAPL), (DIS) (DIS), (CMCSA)(CMCSA), and other heavyweights battle it out, the best way to play streaming is turning out to be upstart (ROKU) (ROKU). The company’s combinationContinue reading “Roku Is a Cord Cutter’s Dream. It’s Working for Investors, Too”