Apple Partners With Production Company to Make Original Films

first_imgStay on target iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro Have More Cameras, More ProblemsApple Arcade Launches Next Week Apple has its eye on the streaming space and its customers might have access to “Apple Original” films soon.The tech company entered a multi-year agreement with A24, a New York City-based entertainment company, to create its own movies, reported CNBC. Sources told CNBC that Apple aims to provide free movies and TV shows to Apple device owners in 2019, a move that is part of its customer loyalty efforts.A24 has award-winning flicks under its belt, including Amy, Lady Bird, Room, and Moonlight, which won an Academy Award for Best Picture, Best Supporting Actor, and Best Adapted Screenplay last year. The production business didn’t confirm additional details on the Apple deal.Apple’s collaboration with A24 follows Apple’s push to create original content. The tech company is reportedly working with other major influencers, such as Oprah, to provide its customer base with exclusive access to films, TV shows, programs, and more.More on Potentially Opening Pilot Program For Vintage Product RepairsApple ‘Donating’ 1,000 Watches to Study Eating DisordersVersace Designer Teases Apple Computer-Inspired Sneakerslast_img

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