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Last week, CEO Tim Cook promised the new Apple TV streaming service will "reinvent the way you watch television."
Apple Inc.'s (Nasdaq: AAPL) Internet-based TV service is expected to launch this fall with about 25 channels. Apple is in talks with several content providers, including Disney, Fox, CBS, and Discovery. Customers will be able to view content on their iPhones and iPads as well as via the Apple TV set-top box.
Money Morning Defense & Tech Specialist Michael A. Robinson explained on FOX Business' "Varney & Co." that the Apple streaming service is a "tipping point" for cable. It will encourage more people to drop cable service in favor of using the Internet to stream their programs.
The Apple TV service promises to be a new revenue stream for Apple, but can it make a difference to a company that rakes in billions?
Here's how Robinson sees the streaming service affecting AAPL stock over the next few years:
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