Apple has yet to reveal the pricing and exact launch date for their Apple TV+ streaming service, but now it would appear that we have some details on how much it will cost and when it will launch.
According to a recent report from Bloomberg the new Apple TV streaming service is coming in November and Apple will charge $9.99 a month for it.
The service will be available with a months free trial, after that there will be a monthly fee of $9.99, this is in line with other streaming services.
There will be a number of Apple exclusive shows at launch, this will include the new The Morning Show, For All Mankind and more. Apple is rumored to be spending around $6 billion producing content for its new TV streaming service.
The company has been trying to increase its services revenue and it has been working, it has Apple Music, it is launching its new Apple Arcade gaming service, there is also Apple News+ and its iCloud subscription services.
It will be interesting to see if Apple can make its new TV streaming service a success, the company is looking to replicate the success of streaming services like Netflix and Amazon’s Prime video.
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