Apple TV+ Streaming Service

Mar 25, 2019

Category: Tech

Although Netflix is still the current subscription service streaming king, there are several contenders primed to take the crown. The Apple TV+ Streaming Service is the latest to try and steal the spotlight, as it claims it will be the new home of the most innovative storytellers in the world.

Apple is invading the streaming space with ad-free online and offline viewing in over 100 countries. It will feature a brand new lineup of programming from a who’s who of creative artists, including Steven Spielberg, J.J. Abrams, Damian Chazelle, Oprah Winfrey, and M. Night Shyamalan. You’ll be able to enjoy inspiring and original stories on the new streaming service, including an Amazing Stories reboot produced by Spielberg himself. Apple also announced a new TV app, which drops in May, and Apple TV Channels, allowing you to subscribe to other streaming services, such as HBO and CBS All Access. There’s no pricing available yet, but Apple TV+ will be available this fall.

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