It is in the rounds that Apple will be releasing a low-cost TV dongle which will be unlike Amazon, Google, and Roku. The idea of the release is apparently for the upcoming Apple’s video streaming service which will be available to more than 100 countries.
Previously, Apple was in news for its TV service launch in the US in the first half of 2019. Apple TV was launched in the year 2007 with the cost of $149 and the present-day version’s cost is $149 for the non-4K model and for the 4K model, it is $179. Google’s Chromecast’s price for 1080-capable version is $35 and Ultra 4K output is $69.
Apple’s streaming service will be available on iPad, iPhone, and Apple TV. Apple is in the works of telecasting a dozen television shows. A full list of all of the projects Apple has in the works right now can be found in our Apple TV roundup. It is speculated that there are internal discussions about bringing a dedicated app for smart TVs to stream original content. The buzz is that the firm has ideas of spending $1 billion for its original shows. We will have to wait and see what Apple offers us.
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