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Apple TV+ will cost $4.99 per month and launch November 1

Apple TV+ will come with a one-year-long subscription for free when you purchase a new Apple device now onwards.

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Apple has announced that Apple TV+ will be available beginning November 1 in more than 100 countries. The video streaming service will cost $4.99 per month on family subscription, just like Apple Arcade.

Apple previewed Jason Mamoa-starrer See, which joins For All Mankind, The Elephant Queen, Dickinson, The Morning Show among many others, during the iPhone event, as part of Apple Original content coming to Apple TV+. The streaming service will not host any third-party licensed content on its platform, take note.

As an Apple TV+ subscriber, you will be able to access the service both online and offline, ad-free and on-demand, on your Apple devices through the Apple TV app. The app comes pre-installed on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Apple TV, and with macOS Catalina, it will come pre-installed on Mac as well.

Apple TV+ will come with a one-year-long subscription for free when you purchase a new Apple device now onwards. There will definitely be a free trial option available for new users to try out Apple’s video streaming service before they sick to the monthly plan.

The Apple TV app will also be available on select Samsung Smart TVs, with future availability on platforms such as Amazon Fire TV, LG, Roku, Sony, and VIZIO. Surprisingly, you can also watch Apple TV+ on the web via Safari, Chrome, or Firefox — just visit tv.apple.com.

Look for Apple TV+ on your mobile device, desktop, or TV when it launches November 1.

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