Apple hires former Amazon Fire TV boss to run Apple TV-related business
The Apple TV has a future starting today, as the Cupertino have formalized a Bloomberg hiring the former head of Amazon Fire TV (formerly executive Netflix) Timothy D. Twerdahl. It will be responsible for the relationships and business that may arise and benefit the Apple TV. Is the original content getting closer and closer with this recruitment?
Timothy D. Twerdahl Reinforces Apple TV
The former Netflix executive joined Apple in early February, so his role is related to that of Vice President Greg Joswiak, who will be his direct boss. The position held today by Twerdahl was being handled by Pete Distad, one of the right arms of Eddy Cue in terms of content.
It has a long history and extensive say having been at Amazon Fire TV, and Netflix as executive vice president at Roku. All charges are related to companies that are important in movie content, TV series and online.
Tim Cook gave signs of this a few days ago
So, Tim Cook Apple CEO during the press conference to mark the announcement of fiscal results announced that the Apple TV works in more features and functions to the Apple TV, though he spoke more about what classified as "Store " which are applications.
The Apple TV 4 has a year and a half virtually since its release in September 2015, it has managed to monopolize a market that appreciates view online content like movies, series, music and applications that are currently used on smartphones as games.
The best is yet to come in this 2017, a year in which Apple has much to gain, but also much to lose. Despite the different rumors that have about a revolutionary iPhone, the original content is something that has caused a lot of noise in today's Apple. Will it end up being fulfilled? Share your opinions in our comments box.