The Apple TV Plus release date is fast-approaching, and we’ve now got a clear picture of what Apple will offer when the streaming service goes live.
Aside from the date, we know the launch price, the countries it will be available in and which shows it will offer in the first few months. Read on for all you need to know about Apple TV Plus.
Apple TV plus will cost £4.99 a month (after a seven-day free trial).
It’s a price that undercuts Netflix, Amazon and Disney Plus, but whether it’s worth saving a few pounds really comes down to what you’re looking to watch, with lots of exclusive content available on each site.
The big four shows of the Apple TV Plus launch are Dickinson, For All Mankind, The Morning Show and See. Early reviews point to that the first two being solid potential hits and the latter two failing to hit the mark.
Should you get it?
The battle for your streaming subscription dollars is getting more and more every day. Apple TV Plus has launched on November 1. It will offer a small number of high-end TV shows and movies for $4.99 a month and will compete directly against all the other video streaming services, including Netflix.
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If you are deciding between Apple TV Plus vs Netflix, we want to help out in that decision. We will compare and contrast both services as best as we can.
Apple TV Plus vs Netflix: Price
“Apple TV Plus definitely has the best price deal for its service. It costs just $4.99 a month, with a seven-day free trial. There’s also an option to pay for a year for $49.99”.
Apple TV Plus vs Netflix: Platforms
Apple TV Plus is available via its Apple TV app for iOS and also Mac devices, as well as Apple TV boxes. The app is also available on new Samsung smart TVs, and people who use the Safari, Firefox and Chrome browser.