Apple TV+

Apple TV+ Subscription in India Costs Just $1.4 Per Month

Apple TV+ Subscription in India Costs Just $1.4 Per Month

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 TV+ Is Free for an Year if You Buy iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple TV

Apple TV+ Is Free for an Year if You Buy iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple TV

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 TV+ Price, Release Date, and Availability

Apple TV+ Price, Release Date, and Availability

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+.

Apple TV+ Will Support Offline Viewing of Content

Apple TV+ Will Support Offline Viewing of Content

Ahead of its rumored release in November, more details about Apple’s upcoming Apple TV+ subscription service has been revealed.

Apple TV+ Could Cost $9.99/Month After Trial; Launches in November

Apple TV+ Could Cost $9.99/Month After Trial; Launches in November

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 Spending $15 Million Per Episode on Sci-Fi Drama ‘See’ for Apple TV+

Apple Spending $15 Million Per Episode on Sci-Fi Drama ‘See’ 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.

Apple Financing Six Small Budget Movies a Year With Sight on Oscar Nominations

Apple Financing Six Small Budget Movies a Year With Sight on Oscar Nominations

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+

‘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 Discusses Her Apple TV+ Ambitions and Focusing on the Platform

Oprah Discusses Her Apple TV+ Ambitions and Focusing on the Platform

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 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.