Google paid Apple almost $10 billion in 2018, ‘Apple Prime’ service needed in 2019 says Goldman Sachs
Tuesday, 12 February 2019 A whopping one-fifth of Apple’s Services revenue comes directly from Google, estimates Goldman Sachs, as analysts from the bank are calling for Apple to launch its own Amazon Prime like media service bundle.
The bank warns against Apple’s reliance on its rival for its services revenue as its venture into subscription Services is Apple latest long-term business strategy.
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