By Nick Zieminski | 11:23 a.m.
October 2, 2018Google, Apple and Amazon all had a strong week.
Apple’s new iPhones, which include a cheaper iPhone X and the first-ever iPhones with Face ID, sold out in a matter of hours.
Apple also unveiled its newest smartwatch and a new version of its popular iPad Pro.
Netflix said it had more than 3 million subscribers on Monday.
Netflix has added new movies and TV shows in the past week.
Netflix has also added more than 2,000 movies and shows to its library in the last week.
Netflix added “The Crown” on Sunday, the fourth new Netflix movie this year.
Netflix is also bringing back “Marco Polo” as a stand-alone feature.
Apple said it will introduce new iPhones with the company’s new Apple Pay payment system this fall.
It also announced it is bringing back its “Music Unlimited” service.
Amazon also announced a $10 price cut for Prime members for the holiday shopping season.
It’s a change from its usual price cut, which lasts through January.
Amazon’s new Kindle Fire tablet, which is priced at $249, will come with a “new” Amazon Music Unlimited service.
The new service will include the same music streaming options that Prime members currently have.
The biggest news in Apple news this week is the addition of the iPhone X to the iPhone lineup.
Apple plans to start shipping the iPhone 9 in September, with a new model to follow in the second half of 2018.