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Re: Can Former Amazon Fire TV Exec Save Apple TV From Itself?
Posted by jescott418 on 2017-02-10 18:06:10
In reply to David Jones
Apple is clueless at being competitive. It introduced a reasonable Apple TV box but failed at providing more third party content. It wanted to hog all the revenue. Then it introduced a more expensive model but never fixed that nagging content issue. Again, because Apple wants that chunk of the pie. Chromecast is cheap, Amazon TV is cheap and both beat Apple in content options. As someone who jumped on Apple TV early then abandoned for Roku. I don't think Apple knows how to compete, it believes it has enough Apple flock to buy into its products and it's finding out those buyers are looking for more value. Can a former Amazon Fire executive fix Apple TV? Only if he can convince Apple it needs fixing.




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Re: Can Former Amazon Fire TV Exec Save Apple TV From Itself?  David Jones  2017-02-10 18:00:33
Re: Can Former Amazon Fire TV Exec Save Apple TV From Itself?  jescott418  2017-02-10 18:06:10
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