Apple Reveals IPhone 11 Handsets, Cuts Entry Price
APPLE – Apple Inc. recently revealed their new iPhone 11 handsets series and announced that they have cut its entry price.
A recent report from ABS-CBN News states that Tim Cook, the company’s chief executive said that the new iPhone models brings new capabilities and a new design.
What was not expected, however, was the the cut in the entry price from $749, the price of the iPhone XR last year to $699 amid the cost of premium devices amounting to $1, 000
The company further added the “Pro” version of the iPhone 11 series which would cost more.
It also said that it scheduled launch dates for Apple TV+, its original video service, as well as a game subscription service. These are part of its efforts to deduct dependence on the iPhone devices.
As per the report, in their Apple TV+, it will feature scripted dramas, comedies and movies. Children’s programs are included in the roster as they will also compete against video streaming giants like Netflix and Amazon.
The company’s video head Zack Van Amburg said that with their video service, they will also feature a set of all-original stories with their best, brightest and creative minds.
Amburg further said that they are sure that the viewers will be able to explore new favorite shows or films on Apple TV+. For users who bought an iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, iPod touch or Mac will be able to get free first year of the service.
The service will also include at about a hundred game titles made for iOS and will cost $4.99 per month.
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