To better compete with Netflix, Disney+ and others, Apple TV+ is building a back catalog of non-original movies available to watch for free.
MLS Season Pass is coming to Apple's TV app, providing a special discounted price for Apple TV+ subscribers of $12.99/month and $79/season.
A new Featured row at the top of the Watch Now section, populated with random shows, pushes down your Up Next queue with content you actually wanna watch.
Apple is hiking the prices of services like TV+ and Music. The Apple One bundle is going up, too, but iCloud storage pricing hasn't changed.
Apple TV for Windows will let you watch your favorite Apple TV+ series and movies right on your PC, with a preview version arriving later this year.
Jony Ive executive produced an upcoming Apple TV+ animated short starring Tom Hollander, Idris Elba, Gabriel Byrne and Jude Coward Nicoll.
Apple TV+ has certainly made a case for itself since its launch, especially with shows like The Morning Show, For All Mankind, Severance, and, of course, Ted Lasso. But in this day and age of "content," there can never be too much to watch. Which is why September is playing host to a whole bunch of brand new series premieres for Apple's video streaming service.
Learn who's eligible for this limited-time offer and how to redeem your one full year of Apple TV+ on T-Mobile at no additional cost.
T-Mobile, which bills itself as the "Un-carrier," offers up a lot of special perks for its customers. Especially those who pony up the cash for its most expensive (and popular) plan, Magenta MAX. That includes bundling streaming services into the mix, like Netflix for instance. And now it includes Apple's own video streaming service as well.
Apple TV+ has several different documentary series to choose from in its digital library. But, beginning September 9, it will have yet one more to add to the list. (With a lot more coming down the pipe, too.) This upcoming entry stands out in its hosts, but also the story it will be driving from one episode to the next.
Earlier this year, on January 6, 2022, the Hollywood legend and activist Sidney Poitier passed away. On January 11, it was announced that Oprah Winfrey would be executive producing a brand new documentary focusing on the life and times of the icon. And now we finally have the first trailer.
It's hard to imagine a company with an original video streaming service leaning so heavily into family-friendly content if it wasn't proving fruitful for that company. Apple TV+ keeps earnings rewards and accolades for shows like Severance and Ted Lasso, but it feels like when it comes to new premieres, the lion's share of attention is for family-friendly shows. Take, for example, the latest trailer for a new show heading to Apple TV+ in the near future called Life by Ella.