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At the same time increases the budget for original content.
A report from Bloomberg is supposed to make Apple's upcoming TV service available in November and that the monthly price of being an active subscriber costs $ 9.99 a month, which is a little less than $ 90. Whether Apple rounds up to $ 89 or $ 99 in Norway is uncertain.
Limited content at the beginning
The sources, according to AppleInsider, are close to Apple's plans for the streaming service, and the information indicates that the service content is initially limited. There may also be opportunities for free trial periods in the first few months while the service becomes active, and along the way when new content is added.
Unlike what you know from Netflix, for example, Apple will launch three and three episodes of series on the first day and then follow up with weekly episodes. Among the first programs to be found is a new version of Steven Spielberg's "Amazing Stories" as well as a series called "Homes," "The Morning Show" and "See," according to Apple Insider.
We've previously written that Apple has grossed up to $ 130 million for each episode of "See," starring Jason Momoa. This is an example of how Apple goes a long way in hijacking Netflix customers with original content, and it is consistent with the Financial Times's estimate that Apple has earmarked $ 6 billion for such content. The sum is a bit away from Netflix's $ 15 billion budget, but it's still a big jump from the original that was reported in "only" one billion.
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