Netflix isn’t too worried about the increasing competition in the video streaming space. In its Q1 2019 earnings report released today, the company says it doesn’t expect the newly announced services from Apple and Disney to ‘materially affect’ its growth.
Continuing with its slew of announcements on Monday, Apple has revealed its new original video subscription service: Apple TV+. The company says the service will feature “a brand new slate of programming from the world’s most celebrated creative artists,” ad-free and on demand.
In addition to its new Apple TV+ service, Apple also shared some other big announcements today regarding its TV strategy: a new à la carte offering it’s calling “channels” and a redesigned TV app that will support over 150 streaming apps and offer recommendations of new content to watch based on your interests.