Apple Arcade’s new gaming service for Fall 2019 was seen as an innovative new product in recent announcements … it could possibly a profitable endeavor as noted in this review

Apple’s (AAPL) new TV streaming service, Apple TV Plus, might have made the biggest splash during the company’s March 25 event, but its gaming service, Apple Arcade, could turn out to be a sleeper hit for the tech giant.  Available this fall for a price that has yet to be announced,

Apple Arcade promises more than 100 premium, or pre-paid, games that will be playable across iOS, Apple TV and macOS devices. The move is meant to lure in gamers and help Apple take a bigger bite out of the $140 billion gaming industry.   And the company’s approach could prove instrumental in winning over customers, thanks to Apple’s decision to only offer premium titles without the need to make in-app purchases. That could be a benefit for gamers who would rather pay a single price for a game without having to fork over fees every time they want to play, as well as parents who don’t want their kids to rack up sky-high fees for in-game items and costumes.