Apple TV + streaming quality in Europe to reduce bandwidth

Cupertino, March 21, 2020

Apple has joined rivals Netflix and Amazon with the agreement to reduce the streaming quality of Apple TV + shows in Europe, in an effort to reduce bandwidth consumption to improve speed and connectivity for those who self-isolate and rely on internet to work from home.

In light of the coronavirus outbreak, streaming services have seen a sharp increase in users watching content on demand, resulting in a strain on internet networks and a large amount of bandwidth used while streaming 4K and HD video.

Along with Apple, Netflix and Amazon, YouTube has also said it will reduce video quality for users in Europe.

News means that European customers of streaming services can expect high-definition, pixelated and not-so-clear videos, leaving more bandwidth available for people working remotely and relying on the internet for educational purposes. .


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