Apple surprised us with a $4.99/month subscription fee for the new Apple TV+ service. The company is said to have spent more than $6 Billion to produce original content for the streaming service. Interestingly, Apple TV+ is priced at just Rs 99 ($1.4)/month in India. The price is extremely competitive especially since Netflix charges Rs 500($7)/month in India.
Apple officially launched Apple TV+ at today’s event. The new streaming service from Apple focusses on original programs and will be available across iPhone, Mac, iPhone and Apple TV. The Apple TV+ is free for the first month and you will be charged $4.99 once the trial is over. The company is also offering free one year of Apple TV+ for customers who purchase iPhone, iPad, Mac or Apple TV.
Apple announced the Apple TV+ streaming service earlier this year. The brand new TV experience is designed to share “great stories” from TV and movies. Apple TV+ is an outlet for artists and creators to tell their stories. Apple TV+ is priced at $4.99/month and will be available starting from November 1. Apple is also offering a free 7 day trial for Apple TV+.
Ahead of its rumored release in November, more details about Apple’s upcoming Apple TV+ subscription service has been revealed.
Two new reports surrounding the Apple TV+ have provided more details about Apple’s upcoming streaming service. A Financial Times report claims that Apple has spent over $6 billion on original TV shows and movies for Apple TV+.
Apple is reportedly spending $15 million per episode for its upcoming TV show “See” which features Jason Mamoa. The show is set centuries in the future where a virus has almost entirely wiped out the human population and left the remaining survivors blind.
A New York Post report details Apple’s Oscar ambitions with the content for its upcoming Apple TV+ service. The company is financing six small-budget movies a year in hopes that they could win Academy Awards.
‘Prehistoric Planet’ is a New Documentary Series from Jon Favreau and BBC Studios Coming to Apple TV+
Documentaries are finding a new home on Apple TV+, Apple’s upcoming streaming platform for original content. And now there is a new one on the way. This one’s from Jon Favreau and BBC Studios and deals with dinosaurs.
Oprah is one of the biggest names on the planet, and her presence on Apple TV+ makes it a viable option for many potential viewers out there. For Oprah, it’s about reach, and having an even bigger audience all over the world. And she makes that perfectly clear in a new interview.
Apple TV Launches a Dedicated YouTube Channel; Features Behind-the-Scenes Clips, Interviews, and More
Apple TV is getting a revamped interface and features later this year. In addition to that, Apple TV+ arrives to add original content in Apple’s stable. Ahead of all that, the Apple TV platform has its own dedicated YouTube channel now, too.