Apple TV+ Launching November 1 for $4.99 a Month

Apple TV+ will launch on November  1, 2019, Tim Cook announced at Apple’s ‘By Innovation Only Event’.  It will cost $4.99 per month.

Apple TV+ in 100 Countries

The first shows will start in November to subscribers in 100 countries. Along with the aggressive price point, subscribers get a month free. Furthermore, customers who purchase a new iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Mac or iPod from September 10 will get a year for free.

Shows will be available online and offline, ad-free and on-demand. Most series are set to launch with three episodes. A new episode will roll land each week. However,  full seasons of some series will be available all at once. 

The service will be available on the Apple TV app on some 2018, 2019 and newer Samsung smart TVs. It will become available on Amazon Fire TV, LG, Roku, Sony and VIZIO platforms on a future date.

2 thoughts on “Apple TV+ Launching November 1 for $4.99 a Month

  • Great pricing for ATV+. So many people said that they wouldn’t out-do Disney+, but by raw, monthly subscription cost, it’s almost 30% cheaper. There are deals where you can get Disney+ for three years for the price of two, but with Apple, you get a year free with the purchase of Apple iOS/ipodOS/macOS/tvOS hardware. And, honestly, how many of us aren’t likely to buy one of those kinds of devices within the next two to three years? So now it comes down to how compelling Apple’s content offerings will be. There are signs that it could be pretty good, though probably not as stellar as what Disney+ will offer. At least not right away…

    1. probably not as stellar as what Disney+ will offer.

      I suppose that is a matter of taste. Seeing as I have no grandchildren, and probably never will, I don’t think that I will be checking out Disney+ or Disney-. 😀

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