Apple is among the media giants that will be entering the streaming business. And now we are getting a better look at the service from their Apple Events. Among the things that were talked about, including the new iPhone 11, was when Apple TV+ will be launched and how much it will cost.
We can expect to start watching Apple TV+ content starting November 1, 2019, and the cost to access that content will be $4.99 per month. That’s $2.00 less than the $7.00 Disney is charging for their Disney+ streaming service, Netflix’s $12.99 per month for streaming alone, HBO Now’s $15.99 per month, and Amazon Prime’s $8.25 per month. Essentially, it is the cheapest of the entire lot. But there may be a good reason for that. More on the report below.
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