In a recently published article published on CNBC JP Morgan stated recommendations for Apple to become a leader in content flow services and recommended that the technology giant purchase the original video streaming service for an estimated $ 189 billion. It's more than enough to cover Netflix's current $ 148 billion market price and its $ 7 billion debt.
Several other recommendations included Apple punching video game companies Activision and Blizzard, as well as home audio systems company, Sonos.
With the speculation about buying Netflix and rumors that Apple is creating its own streaming service with original content, it seems that 201
iPhones and iOS 13 in 2019
If one thing is certain, it is that Apple will launch a new model iPhone and a new version of iOS. What is uncertain is whether the new model will be part of the X series or whether they will release the iPhone 11.
Given the previous year's release of the X series, as well as it's X constituents, it looks like 11 is going to be the best bet. Information on what makes the latest models is at best tentative, but it is speculated that they all have larger screens, larger sensors for extended reality features and better rear-facing cameras.
It is said that Apple is due to update the next cycle of the processors so that the next model iPhone is said to operate at much faster speeds with improved graphics and greater utilization of AI functionality, all while driving more efficiently and consumes less power.
These technical upgrades are great, but do not apply to improving the cell phone's connection to the iPhone. Apple apparently does not plan to upgrade to 5G connection until it may fall by 2020.