Apple yesterday launched its original video streaming service, dubbed Apple TV+. Wondering if your gadget is on the list of supported Apple TV+ devices? You’ve come to the right place!
About Apple TV+
Apple TV+ released commercially November 1, 2019 via the TV app and on the web.
The service is available in over a hundred countries and regions. For the full list of markets where Apple TV+ is currently available, please peruse Apple’s support document.
Apple TV+ is priced at five bucks per month after a free 7-day trial.
The service strictly carries Apple’s original programming, not licensed shows or movies from third-party providers. Apple has promised to subtitle or dub its shows in nearly 40 languages, including subtitles for the deaf and hard-of-hearing (SDH) or closed captions.
According to the Cupertino technology giant, Apple TV+ series and movies will also be available with audio descriptions in eight languages.
Compatible Apple TV+ devices
Here’s where you can subscribe to and watch Apple TV+:
- iPhone or iPod touch with iOS 12.3 or later
- iPad with iPadOS
- Mac running the macOS Catalina 10.15 software or later
- Apple TV 4K or Apple TV HD with tvOS 12.3 or later
- Third-generation Apple TV with the latest Apple TV software
- Compatible smart TV sets from Samsung, LG, Sony and Vizio
- Select Roku and Amazon Fire TV streaming devices
- On the web at tv.apple.com using the Safari, Firefox or Chrome web browser
At post time, the service was available on all 2018, 2019 and newer Samsung smart TVs.
According to Apple’s press release announcing service availability, Apple TV+ will come to the LG, Sony and Vizio TV sets in the future via software updates (customers with eligible Sony smart TVs will be able to enjoy AirPlay 2 support later this year).
Further details about Apple TV+ can be found on Apple’s website.
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