Apple TV+ launched on November 1, joining the new wave of streaming services, which also includes Disney+ and HBO Max.
The service is available in over 100 countries and regions, bringing subscribers a selection of exclusive original shows, movies and documentaries.
The £4.99 pricepoint is at the lower end of recent launches, it’s also free for those purchasing a new Apple device or the Apple Music Student Plan.
Significantly, Apple TV+ is also available outside the Apple ecosystem, so in addition to iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, iPod touch and Mac, Apple TV+ can also be found on select Samsung smart TVs, Roku and Amazon Fire TV devices, as well as on the web at tv.apple.com.
“Audiences in over 100 countries and regions can now enjoy Apple TV+, home to an all-original lineup of powerful shows and movies from today’s greatest storytellers,” said Eddy Cue, Apple’s senior vice president of Internet Software and Services. “It was important for us to make it easy for everyone to watch across all their favourite screens, so Apple TV+ is the most broadly available Apple service ever from day one.”
Apple has chosen to progressively release its content. Apple Originals The Morning Show, See and For All Mankind have debuted their first three episodes and will release a new episode weekly every Friday on the Apple TV app.
All episodes of Dickinson, as well as kids and family shows Helpsters, Snoopy in Space and Ghostwriter, are available to watch now.