Apple Likely to Tout 2 New Subscription Services at March 25 Event – The Motley Fool

  1. Apple Likely to Tout 2 New Subscription Services at March 25 Event  The Motley Fool
  2. UPDATE: Apple’s Netflix-Rivaling Streaming Service May be Delayed Several Months  HYPEBEAST
  3. Apple’s Streaming Services Won’t Save the Company, Says Analyst  Barron’s
  4. Apple to offer first showing of original TV clips in March, but streaming service could launch as late as fall  9to5Mac
  5. Apple March 2019 Special Event Preview  iMore
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Good News for Apple's Services Business – Motley Fool

  1. Good News for Apple’s Services Business  Motley Fool
  2. The average iPhone user spent $79 on apps and subscriptions in 2018, new data shows  9to5Mac
  3. Average U.S. iPhone User Spent $79 on Apps Last Year  Mac Rumors
  4. US iPhone users spent, on average, $79 on apps last year, up 36% from 2017  TechCrunch
  5. 7 paid iPhone apps on sale for free on February 11th  BGR
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Apple reports 62.8 percent margin in services business as it discloses the unit's profit for first time – CNBC

  1. Apple reports 62.8 percent margin in services business as it discloses the unit’s profit for first time  CNBC
  2. Apple now requires app subscriptions to show the full cost before signup  The Verge
  3. Apple may be working on a game subscription service | Engadget Today  Engadget
  4. Apple Eyeing Game Subscription Service for iOS: Report  Dice Insights
  5. I can’t wait for the Netflix of mobile games  The Next Web
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Roku launches premium subscriptions for Showtime, Starz, and other services today – The Verge

  1. Roku launches premium subscriptions for Showtime, Starz, and other services today  The Verge
  2. The Roku Channel’s Premium Subscriptions Have Gone Live  Ubergizmo
  3. Premium subscriptions are now available on the Roku Channel  Engadget
  4. Roku’s à la carte premium subscriptions arrive today, but without HBO  TechCrunch
  5. Roku is rolling out premium network subscriptions starting today  BGR
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Facebook's plan to merge its messaging services ignites further antitrust concerns – CNBC

  1. Facebook’s plan to merge its messaging services ignites further antitrust concerns  CNBC
  2. How to Use Facebook Messenger Without a Facebook Account  Digital Trends
  3. How WhatsApp Merger With Facebook Messenger Puts Your Privacy At Risk  Forbes
  4. Private Messages Are the New (Old) Social Network  WIRED
  5. Tech Stocks This Week: Apple Recovers, Facebook’s Messaging Strategy, and More  The Motley Fool
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Tim Cook says Apple will ‘announce new services this year’ – The Verge

  1. Tim Cook says Apple will ‘announce new services this year’  The Verge
  2. Apple CEO Tim Cook On China, Wall Street And Innovation  CNBC
  3. Tim Cook made over $15 million in 2018 — that’s 283 times more than the median Apple employee earned (AAPL)  Markets Insider
  4. Tim Cook teases ‘new services’ coming in 2019, says Apple’s ‘greatest contribution to mankind’ will be health-related  9to5Mac
  5. $100 billion beyond the iPhone: Apple CEO Tim Cook talks giant’s move past hardware  CNBC
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As Apple Shifts Into Services, Its iTunes App Will Be Coming to Samsung Smart TVs – Gizmodo

  1. As Apple Shifts Into Services, Its iTunes App Will Be Coming to Samsung Smart TVs  Gizmodo
  2. Apple is putting iTunes on Samsung TV — here’s why!  iMore
  3. Apple is putting iTunes on Samsung TVs  The Verge
  4. Apple just signed a deal with its former top rival, Samsung, showing how the company’s changing  CNBC
  5. Samsung’s 2019 smart TVs will support iTunes and AirPlay 2  Engadget
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The iPhone's stratospheric growth is over. Apple's future is in services – Wired.co.uk

  1. The iPhone’s stratospheric growth is over. Apple’s future is in services  Wired.co.uk
  2. The app-store war between Netflix and Apple is heating up  Washington Post
  3. Forget the iPhone Shortfall Driving Apple’s Stock Drop. They’re All About Services Now  WIRED
  4. This stark chart shows how much Apple stands to lose from Netflix dumping iTunes billing  Business Insider
  5. The one bright spot in Apple’s dramatic letter to investors  Yahoo Finance
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Netflix delivers a blow to Apple's services story by ending in-app subscriptions – Ars Technica

  1. Netflix delivers a blow to Apple’s services story by ending in-app subscriptions  Ars Technica
  2. Neflix’s Latest Move Could Save It Hundreds of Million of Dollars  Motley Fool
  3. Netflix stops iTunes billing, curbs $256 million Apple revenue stream  Business Insider
  4. Netflix is curbing a $256 million revenue stream for Apple by circumventing iTunes billing (AAPL, NFLX)  Greenwich Time
  5. Netflix Doesn’t Pay Apple’s iOS Tax Anymore  PCMag
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iPhone sales may disappoint, but Jefferies says Apple's services margins will blow estimates out of the water – CNBC

  1. iPhone sales may disappoint, but Jefferies says Apple’s services margins will blow estimates out of the water  CNBC
  2. Everything you need to know to master your new iPhone  CNET
  3. How to find, cancel apps that could be costing you money  KPRC Click2Houston
  4. The list of the highest grossing iOS apps in 2018 might surprise you  Yahoo Finance
  5. Get Up to $20 For Adding Funds to Your Apple App Store Account  Yahoo Finance
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Nintendo is shutting down Netflix and other video streaming services on Wii in January

  1. Nintendo is shutting down Netflix and other video streaming services on Wii in January  BetaNews
  2. The Nintendo Wii is losing Netflix in January  The INQUIRER
  3. Nintendo to shut down Netflix and other video streaming services for Wii in 2019  Firstpost
  4. Netflix for Wii will stop working after January 31st, 2019  Engadget
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While iPhone sales remain stagnant, Apple services hit $10 billion in revenue

  1. While iPhone sales remain stagnant, Apple services hit $10 billion in revenue  Ars Technica
  2. Apple Raises Prices, and Profits Keep Booming  New York Times
  3. Cook says soft holiday forecast linked to iPhone XS timing, exchange rates  AppleInsider
  4. Opinion: When the going gets tough, Apple hides its numbers  MarketWatch
  5. Apple hints at lackluster holiday as iPhone sales disappoint  CNET
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