Apple TV+, Apple Card, Apple Health employee exodus on the AppleInsider Podcast
This week on the AppleInsider Podcast, Victor and William look forward to Apple TV+, examine whether Apple Card can really help with financial literacy, and wonder about news of Apple employees quitting over disagreements about the company's Health strategy.
- AppleTV+ subscriptions are forecast to reach 12M by 2020
- Apple has so far budgeted $6B for original Apple TV+ productions
- New iPhones will stick with Lightning yet could come with a more powerful USB-C charger plus adaptor
- Apple has bought two buildings in Cupertino. Did Jony Ive make Apple Park too small?
- Apple Card - how does it help you with financial literacy right now, and what more could it ever do?
- Employee unrest in the Apple Health department has seen some key employees leaving the company
- Separately, Bill Stasior, ex-head of Siri, has left Apple to join Microsoft
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- Apple TV+ predicted to hit 12M subscriptions in 2020, 21M by 2021
- Apple earmarks more than $6B for Apple TV+ shows in push to catch competitors
- Apple's 'iPhone 11' again said to use USB-C charger
- Apple buys two Cupertino city center office buildings for $290M
- Apple Card is here, find out all you need to know
- Tips and tricks for mastering Apple Card
- Direction of Apple's Health group is allegedly causing employee unrest
- Ex-Apple Siri chief Bill Stasior now a Microsoft vice president of technology
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