In this week’s Tech Debate, Fortune editor Anne VanderMey and writer Robert Hackett debate Apple’s content plans, as announced by CEO Tim Cook in Tuesday’s earnings call.
A major acquisition of content creation companies like CBS, Netflix (nflx), or Disney (dis) is one of the expectations, VanderMey explains. Apple is looking to double its revenue from $24 billion to $48 billion by pushing iTunes and original content strategies.
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Hackett, however, describes Apple’s plan as a radical departure for the hardware company. Disney is worth $170 billion and the last big acquisition Apple made, for Beatz, was for only $3 billion. Moreover, Apple is locked up overseas, although the Trump administration’s new tax code may change the situation.
Check out the video above for the full discussion.