Is Apple a services company these days? It's certainly possible to make that argument. And being in the Apple ecosystem probably means you pay for at least a couple of different options offered by the company. But with so many other offerings out there, it can be a task simply choosing which ones to keep.
Ever since Disney's video streaming service, Disney+, launched, it's been gaining a ridiculous number of subscribers. And it doesn't appear to be slowing down anytime soon.
Netflix gets teased a lot for having a lot of content, but "nothing to watch". And some of its originals are panned for, well, not being that great. That isn't to say Netflix hasn't had some successes -- it definitely has. And the streaming service dominates the space right now. So of course Apple should have purchased it years ago.
Apple TV+ launched in late 2019, and, since then, the streaming service has seen its fair share of positive reviews. Things didn't start out so bright, with initial reviews for launch shows not all that positive. But, since then, the service has shown a pretty solid library of original content. However, that's not good enough for one former CEO.
It has been a few months since we last heard how well Disney+ is doing. But, it turns out that things are still looking quite positive for the House of Mouse and its streaming efforts.
When Apple TV+ launched in 2019, Apple was gracious enough to include a year's worth of free service for eligible customers. And then the company decided to extend that trial not just once, but twice, and that may ultimately be a problem for the company moving forward.
If you use the Disney+ video-streaming service on your devices, you probably know that it attempts to deliver the highest-quality experience possible as a default setting. To preserve your bandwidth when using Disney+, however, you must limit video quality over cellular and Wi-Fi. Follow along with us as we show you how to manage Disney+ data usage.
One of the great advantages of Disney+ over competing streaming services is its affordability at just seven bucks per month. But come next spring, customers in the United States will be paying eight instead of seven bucks for their monthly subscription.
It might be safe to say that people like Disney+.
Disney Music Group today announced that fans of Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars and its other properties can now enjoy themed collections of music, playlists and more on Apple Music.
Many Disney movies that are available to rent and purchase through the iTunes Store have been upgraded to 4K resolution and HDR color at no additional charge.
Earlier this month, it was revealed that Disney+ was testing a party watch feature called GroupWatch. The test was limited, though, and availability only present in Canada.