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Bob Iger not worried about Apple TV+ undercutting Disney+ on price

9to5Mac Tuesday, 22 October 2019
As the streaming wars continue to heat up, Disney CEO Bob Iger isn’t worried about the pricing of Disney+ competitors. While Disney+ is $7 per month, Apple TV+ undercuts that at $5 per month. Iger, however, thinks Disney+ will easily be able to differentiate itself.

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