In March, Apple gave a little insight into the shows, films and documentaries that the company has been working on secretly for several years. Some oftook the stage and showed that they worked with Apple. Shows like Amazing Stories by Steven Spielberg, See with Jason Momoa or Little Voice by J.J. Abrams and Sara Bareilles. Heck, even Oprah is on board the service – she turned up and discussed two documentary films she's working on.
In addition to announcing the original release of Apple's original programs, the company also announced itssubscription service, a new Apple TV app, and Game Service.
If you want to know if Apple can produce Netflix content, you can watch Apple's new Apple TV Plus shows.
Apple's program will be available on all Apple devices and compatible smart TVs with the new Apple TV app.
The new Apple TV app will be available on iOS [19459004erhältlichsein] Mac, Apple TV, Roku and FireTV devices starting in May. In addition, smart TVs from Samsung, Sony, LG and Vizio will have access to the new Apple TV app later this year.
How much does it cost?
Apple has not announced a price for Apple TV Plus, but has provided some subscription details:
- Ad-free subscription service
- Exclusive Apple Originals
- Available in over 100 countries
When are the shows available?
For Those Who Want It You are looking forward to Apple's storytelling chops and have to wait until fall.
Until then, Apple will certainly get carried away by the upcoming shows. A short clip that the company showed during the keynote included many of the shows just announced, but for now, this is the most comprehensive look we'll get with the upcoming Apple TV Plus program.
The Apple TV Plus website includes an introductory video and short (silent) clips of upcoming shows.
Originally released on March 25th.
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