Apple TV Plus Goes Live

Apple has finally launched its Apple TV plus streaming service for subscribers across the globe. The platform went live in the early hours of Friday with full access to its list of movies and TV shows. This service will cost you $4.99 per month which is much cheaper than Netflix in the United States.

The company has launched this service in over 100 regions which include – United States, Canada, Latin America and the Caribbean, Europe, Russia, and Central Asia and Middle East. After all it’s a big service when it comes to watching blockbuster shows so there is no surprise that people will want to check out Apple TV plus service right now.

The service can be accessed directly from the Apple TV App which comes pre-installed on Apple devices. For those without an Apple device can access the Apple TV plus site from Safari and other browsers like Chrome and Firefox. You will need to sign-in with your Apple ID to start watching the available content.

Apple is looking to profit on the Apple TV plus service with their 900 million iPhone users apart from the desktop and PC users. The company has also spent billions of dollars for the original content and has hired famous celebrities like Jennifer Aniston to create original shows as well as act in them.

Some of the Apple TV Plus original shows include ‘The Morning Show’, ‘See’, ‘Dickinson’, ‘For All Mankind’ and kids shows like “Helpsters,” “Ghostwriter” and “Snoopy in Space. A new talk show hosted by Oprah Winfrey called ‘Oprah’s Book Club’ is also on the way.

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