Date Published: 12th September 2019

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Apple has revealed its new ad-free video service will be launching on 1st November, and they will be charging £4.99 per month. It will be available in 100 countries. In a bid to build a huge subscriber list fast, as of yesterday, Apple will be offering anyone who buys a new iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, iPod touch, or Mac computer the service free for a year. With the family sharing service, it can be accessed by up to 5 people.


The new streaming will debut less than two weeks before Disney’s new service, costing $69.99 for the year or $6.99 monthly.


Although the pricing makes it the most affordable, is it worth it?  The Financial Times reported last month that the company has spent over $6 billion on a number of original series for the first years launch. The service will have 9 confirm titles at launch, and more to follow. The series will mainly have 3 episodes available immediately, and then each week after.

One that Apple has released is a post-apocalyptic thriller starring Jason Momoa, as well as three other trailer releases;  The Morning Show, Dickinson, For All Mankind.




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