Apple TV+ could soon come to South Korea
What you need to know
- SK Telecom is looking to partner with Apple TV+ in South Korea.
- Apple's streaming service has not become available in the country yet.
It looks like Apple TV+ might be making its way to South Korea.
As reported by Money Today, SK Telecom is pursuing a partnership with Apple's streaming service in order to offer its customers more original content. The deal would benefit SK Telecom by offering exclusive content to customers and also benefit Apple if more customers subscribed to its streaming service.
Apple TV+ has been out since 2019 but has not yet come to South Korea. It appears that Apple's launch strategy is to partner with SK Telecom, the country's largest telecommunications provider.
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