Apple has today announced its new video streaming service, dubbed as Apple TV+. The new streaming service has been announced today in the US along with 100+ other countries. For United States residents, the service starts at $4.99 per month. While India will be getting this service for Rs 99 per month. Incredible pricing isn’t it!
Apple TV+ Service – What’s there for you?
Featuring originals from the world’s greatest storytellers, you would be able to enjoy a set of original movies and TV shows. Apple calls them the most imaginative and powerful inspiring line-up of original shows, movies, and documentaries. Interestingly, the service will be available for free for 1 year if you’re buying either of these new Apple devices; iPhone, iPad, iPod, Apple TV, and Mac.
“Apple TV+ is an unprecedented global video service with an all-original slate,” said Jamie Erlicht, Apple’s head of Worldwide Video. “We look forward to giving audiences everywhere the opportunity to enjoy these compelling stories within a rich, personalized experience on all the screens they love.”
What are the original shows that would be available on tv+? The list includes SEE, The Morning Show, Dickinson, For All Mankind, Helpsters, Snoopy in Space, The Elephant Queen, and many more. Apple has promised that these new originals would be available starting November 1st. Further, new originals will be added to the Apple TV app each month.
Where can I access the Apple TV+ service? You can access all the TV+ content online on the website at https://tv.apple.com. Plus, on Apple TV app on iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, iPod Touch, Mac, and other platforms.
Apple has planned to premiere first three episodes of Apple TV+ series and later made new episodes available every week. While some of the series will see all the episodes being released all at once. Created for audiences worldwide, the TV+ originals will be dubbed/subtitled in nearly 40 languages. There’ll be subtitles for Deaf and Hard-of hearing or closed options.
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