Sure, Apple’s got about 1.5 billion devices out there, but there’s nothing exclusive to Apple hardware about Apple Music or Apple TV+.
Apple Music is available for Android, and Apple TV+ will be on many other devices besides Apple’s, including Samsung, Sony and LG televisions, and Amazon Fire TV and Roku streaming devices.
I wouldn’t be too concerned about Apple’s hardware, they’ve been on an incredible tear lately releasing updated hardware, including MacBook Air, two models of the 13” MacBook Pro, the 15” MacBook Pro, Mac mini, iMac and soon Mac Pro and likely iMac Pro as well. In addition, they also released two new redesigned iPad Pro models, iPad Air 3, iPad mini and this fall a (rumored) new redesigned budget iPad.
And of course, on their usual schedule, three new iPhones 10 months ago—and three more models in a couple months. Oh, and two new redesigned Apple Watches. And HomePod was also released last year. So, yeah... pretty much every Apple product has been refreshed, this year or last.
Yeah I forgot Apple Music is available in Android, I think that was 2016 when they released the app. However for Apple TV+ they did not mention anything about releasing it in Google Play Store. Smart TV's has a very small user base when compared to Android mobile phones. I just checked Apple Music in Google Play Store, even though it scored a little bit low, 3.5 stars, but the number of downloads is still 10m+. I know 10m+ is nothing in 2.5 billion Android users but still it is a waste of opportunity to profit from Android mobile users. If they can get 10m+ in Apple Music that wouldn't be problem with Apple TV+. Even though Netflix has 500m+ installs in Play Store, I think there is still room for Apple in 2.5 billion users of Android.