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Apple Plans Global Launch For Its TV Subscription Service: Report

The tech giant is racing to catch up to the dominant streaming players. Amazon Prime Video is in 200 countries while Netflix is in more than 190 countries.

Apple also has a smaller share of the streaming device market, with Apple TV claiming a 28% share in the U.S., behind Roku with 37%, according to Parks Associates. The Amazon Fire TV now claims 25% of the market. 

From the article "Apple Plans Global Launch For Its TV Subscription Service: Report" by  Dawn C. Chmielewski.

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