The $1/month price increase marks the first time since the service’s 2015 debut that WarnerMedia has boosted the asking price of the ad-free subscription.
Until HBO Max permanently fixes “can’t play title” playback errors on Apple TV 4K, this temporary solution might help alleviate the issue.
HBO Max is revamping its buggy Apple TV app that's prone to crashes to be more stable and faster. New features are coming, too.
HBO Max has been scheduled to launch in fifteen new European countries next month in its second wave of European launches. The WarnerMedia-owned service has also confirmed it'll be coming to an additional six countries in Europe “later in 2022.”
WarnerMedia has announced HBO Max Europe prices for the six countries where the service is scheduled to debut on October 26. The company also said that HBO Max will be coming to more markets across Europe in 2022 than its previous release schedule would have us believe.
HBO Max is coming to six European markets on October 26 sans Germany and the UK, with the list of HBO Max countries expanding in 2022 to accommodate an additional 14 new nations.
HBO Max's Apple TV app leaves a lot to be desired, but WarnerMedia is keen on changing this by providing modern underpinnings that will power visual changes and future new features.
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.
When HBO Max burst on the scene last year, the service debuted with a $14.99 per month price tag. But the service's owners have never been shy about another tier of service, one that would drop the cost a bit but also run ads. And now it's finally almost here.
When Apple TV+ launched in 2019, Apple was gracious enough to include a year's worth of free service for eligible customers. And then the company decided to extend that trial not just once, but twice, and that may ultimately be a problem for the company moving forward.
Ever since Disney officially announced its streaming service Disney+, it's been considered the juggernaut service to beat. And it turns out that is indeed the case.
WarnerMedia's upcoming premium video streaming service, HBO Max, launches on May 27. And now we know that Apple's device will support the service at launch.