The new Apple TV+ is coming soon, yesterday we heard it would be launching in November and would cost $9.99 a month. we also heard recently that the new Apple Arcade would cost $4.99 a month.
Now it looks like we have some more information on Apple’s new TV streaming service, according to a recent report Apple may allow videos to be downloaded to be viewed when you are offline.
This feature was discovered in the latest beta of Apple’s macOS Catalina, there will apparently be limits on the amount of content you can download.
It has been discovered that if you try and download the same movie to multiple devices it will ask you to delete the movie on other devices. There will also be a limit on the total number of downloads you can have at one time, although exactly how many these will be is not known as yet.
Apple is producing a wide range of its own content for the service the company is rumored to be spending around $6 billion on this.
We are looking forward to finding out more details about the new Apple TV streaming service, it will launch some time in November, as soon as we get some more information on the exact launch date, we will let you guys know.
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