Apple's streaming service gamble may not pay off
If you subscribe to Apple TV+, you may be in a pretty exclusive group.
The company's paid streaming service doesn't appear to be catching on.
Apple TV+ launched in November, a couple weeks before Disney Plus, and it was drowned out by the House of Mouse's splashy launch, not to mention Baby Yoda.
Apple hasn't disclosed the numbers, but its believed fewer than 10 million people signed up.
Disney has nearly 30 million subscribers in the U.S. alone.
One analyst tells Bloomberg, part of the problem may be that unlike other services, Apple TV+ has no re runs, just 20 original shows.
Shelby Knox Speaks with Jennifer Johnston from NAMES regarding this weekend's demonstraion/photo shoot in Niagara Falls
Shelby Knox Speaks with Executive Vice President Quality, Community Development and Mental Health and Addictions with Niagara Health Linda Boich regarding 19 leading practices
Shelby Knox Speaks with President of the Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation Harvey Bischof regarding all Ontario school boards striking together, protests all over Ontario this Friday February 21st