It has been a longtime coming, with HBO warning subscribers that a change was coming near the end of this month. With the date finally here, HBO has confirmed that it has shut down one of its Apple TV Channels. As a result, the company's forcing existing customers to switch to its newest option.
Apple TV Channels
Every once in a while, Apple slips in a free promotion or two for streaming services that aren't its own. Sometimes it gets some fanfare in the Apple TV app, other times not so much. So if you missed that you can get a free month's worth of the (relatively) new Paramount+ streaming service, don't feel bad.
Apple TV Channels has added a new option for users to try out, offering up a 7-day free trial to "Eros Now Select" and all of its films and TV shows from India.
YouTube may be prepping a new subscription feature that is similar to Apple TV Channels.
Apple TV Channels make it easy to sign up for subscription streaming services, and now there's another option to choose.
Apple TV Channels listed CBS All Access as a partner service right out of the gate when the feature was announced earlier this year, but the service wasn't available right away.
CBS All Access was mentioned by Apple executives as a launch partner for the new Apple TV Channels feature during the company's services-focused March event. The broadcaster's video service was supposed to be integrated at launch, but mysteriously missed the deadline. According to CBS itself, Apple TV Channels is now arriving next Monday, July 29.