Competition in the Smart TV Box Space

on September 17, 2017
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With Apple’s announcement last week of its new 4K Apple TV, it reinforced its positioning in the market, which remains remarkably distinct from the other three major players competing for US buyers. So far, that strategy has seen it take fourth place in market share, something that seems unlikely to change going forward. Why is that? And does it matter?

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