Apple is interested in developing a game streaming service

Apple is interested in developing a game streaming service

In a recent report, it was mentioned that Apple is interested in developing its own cloud game streaming service.

Gamers worldwide are now reportedly increasingly interested in using game streaming services to play their favorite games. This is because they do not require a PC or game console, which are currently rare in the market.

What’s more, big companies like MicrosoftGoogle, and NVIDIA already have cloud-based game streaming services. The business looks very tempting to other companies.

One of them is Apple. In a recent report from Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman in the latest issue of Power On reported by Ubergizmo (October 17), the company seems interested in launching the same service.

The Cupertino-based company said it was indeed considering launching such a service alongside Apple Arcade. This will expand the reach of gamers to use the service.

This cloud service will be more similar to NVIDIA GeForce Now or Google Stadia. Gamers can purchase games from the service and stream them to their devices from remote servers. 

However, Gurman claims that Apple did discuss the possibility internally but has not discussed it seriously. At this time, it is unclear whether the company decided not to go ahead with it or if they are still working on it. – Apple game streaming 

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