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Apple Reveals TV Subscription Service Launch Date and Price

Apple TV+ Will Cost $4.99 Per Month, Undercutting Netflix And Others

Which ones will be ready by then?

Apple also introduced an iPhone 11 Pro and larger-screened iPhone 11 Pro Max that will have starting prices of $999 and $1,099 respectively when they are available on September 20. And while that sounds exciting and all, let's be real, you're here to find out when you can start streaming Jason Momoa's new series See and the Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon and Steve Carell comedy The Morning Show.

Apple also gave more details on its Apple TV Plus streaming service, announcing its $4.99-per-month price tag and November 1 launch and showing off trailers for upcoming shows, including the Jason Momoa-led "See". Comparatively, Hulu offers streaming content starting at $5.99 a month and Netflix charges about $9 per month to access their online catalog of streaming movies, TV shows and other exclusive media.

The announcement came with a surprising amount of ambiguity in what may be most accurately described as a "soft launch" on November 1.

After Disney revealed deep discounts for its upcoming Disney+ streaming service, Apple countered by offering a free year to anyone buying a new Apple device.

Will you be subscribing to Apple+, or is it another service that you'll find hard opening your home and wallet up for?

Apple today stunned tech-heads with a panoply of pricey new iPhone models, but the company also surprised audiences with a much smaller dollar figure: $7.99.

For example, Disney+, also set to launch this fall, is priced at $6.99 a month.

As for the content available to stream, Apple TV+ will feature a mix of original shows, movies and documentaries. Add to that a plethora of new band colors and styles, and I have no difficulty believing there are 1,000 unique Apple Watches to be made.

Apple unveiled its launch plans for Arcade alongside a host of familiar gaming partners, rolling out publishers like Konami, Skybound, Disney, SEGA, and more as participants in the lineup of game titles that'll be available from launch day. It'll only set you back $4.99 per month.

Software and services are the most important areas in Apple's next era of growth and we will see it get more aggressive on these fronts. With the simplicity of a single subscription, Apple Arcade will bring games to the App Store's more than one billion gaming customers.

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