Apple’s video streaming service, Apple TV+, is now live. The service will be available on all Apple products along with Amazon’s Fire TV devices, Roku, and selected smart TVs. For now, the service launches with a limited list of content library.
Apple will expand the availability of Apple TV+ to over 100 countries today. The content on the platform will be available in almost 40 languages.
Some key TV shows that are a part of the Apple TV+ launch library include “The Morning Show” starring Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon, “Snoopy in Space,” See starring Jason Mamoa, “Ghostwriter,” “Dickinson,” and more. In total, the service is launching with 8 new TV shows and 1 movie. Apart from “Dickinson,” Apple has released three episodes of all TV shows and plans on releasing a new episode on a weekly basis.
Apple TV+ monthly subscription costs $4.99/month with Family Sharing support which means one can share their subscription with up to five of their family members. There is also a free 7-day trial for the service.
On the web, one can access Apple TV+ from tv.apple.com. On your iPhone or iPad, you can access Apple TV+ from the new TV app.
Apple is giving away free Apple TV+ subscription for a year to all customers who purchased a new iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, or Mac on or after September 10.