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DISNEY+ FUTURE CAN BE BRIGHT FOR APPLE

A DEVELOPMENT TO KEEP APPLE, NETFLIX AND OTHER BIG PLAYERS ON THEIR TOES

It’s official. By the time Game of Thrones’ long-awaited winter has come and gone for the final time, many fans of entertainment streaming services will be eagerly anticipating a new major development in the fall of 2019. Last week, Disney confirmed the long awaited news that its own streaming service, Disney+, will officially hit our screens and devices this November .

Looking set to challenge Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu and regular satellite and cable TV, Disney already boasts a back-catalogue of favorite shows and movies that many families won’t mind spending a little money on. With every movie and series in the

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