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Podcast: Apple's iPhone 11 & TV+ Debut – the Telco Angle

Mitch Wagner

We take a service provider lens to Apple's big announcement of the iPhone 11, Apple TV+ and more, on this edition of the Light Reading podcast, featuring editors Jeff Baumgartner, Mike Dano and me, Mitch Wagner.

Will the iPhone 11 be a big business opportunity for carriers? Will Apple TV+ be able to compete in a crowded OTT market?

As part of our discussion, Mike talks about how Apple products are still changing the telco ecosystem, with increased demand for upstream bandwidth -- to upload all those beautiful videos and photos -- as well as connectivity for the emerging category of wearable devices.

Apple CEO Tim Cook in front of  a huuuuuuuge photo of the iPhone 11's multiple camera lenses.
Apple CEO Tim Cook in front of a huuuuuuuge photo of the iPhone 11's multiple camera lenses.

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Also, don't miss Jeff's analysis of the Apple TV+ debut, with a surprisingly low price of $4.99 per month. Read more of Jeff's analysis of Apple TV+ here: Apple TV+ to Debut November 1, Fetch $4.99 Per Month

And why does everybody have fabulous hair in the upcoming sci-fi series See, exclusive to Apple TV+, where civilization has collapsed because everybody is blind?

We hoped to have our colleague Iain Morris join us, for his skeptical, yet insightful take on Apple news, but we had technical difficulties that prevented his participation. You can read his analysis here -- posted before the announcement, but everything he said is still valid: From X to Zzzzz: Apple's iPhone 11 Faces an Uphill Struggle


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11/7/2019 | 2:18:16 AM
Apple's products are overhyped
No doubt, Apple products are good, but they are overhyped and overpriced. They just make a few changes here and there, and then add an expensive price tag to get the attention of the consumer. I wonder why they have not come up with a Bluetooth speaker because while researching about the best Bluetooth speakers under 2000 rupees, I did not find any Bluetooth speakers from Apple.
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