Launches at Dollars 4.99 per month, free with Apple Music student plan

Brenda Watkins
November 8, 2019

Go to Apple TV app on your new device to redeem the free Apple TV+ offer.

With so much publicity surrounding Apple TV+ users are already experiencing some technical difficulties.

Apple TV+ is available on following devices - iPhone, iPad, Apple TV 4K, Apple TV HD, Apple TV (3rd generation), iPod touch and Mac. Once the trial is over, it'll set you back $4.99 a month.

If you buy a new iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, Mac or Apple TV2, you'll also get access to Apple TV Plus for a year. Though the company is asking for $4.99/month in the U.S and merely Rs. 99 for a monthly subscription in India, you can get the Apple TV+ subscription for a year for free.

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While Parrot Analytics found high pre-release "demand expressions" for four Apple TV+ shows - tracking data that include review sites as well as blogs and social media - Business Insider notes that "The Morning Show", starring Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon, has a 59% score on Rotten Tomatoes, and "See" is rated even lower (42%). Apparently, Apple expects subscribers to just wait for the next batch of series to launch.

You scrutinize Apple TV via the Apple TV app - that system it's possible you'll doubtless maybe maybe doubtless scrutinize it on a range of Apple gadgets nonetheless additionally on nicely devoted TVs and streaming sticks.

New Apple Originals debuting in the coming months include series "Servant" (November 28), "Truth Be Told" (December 6) and "Little America", and movies "Hala" and "The Banker". Those who subscribe to an Apple Music student plan will also get free access to Apple TV+ for a limited time. Specifically, you can find it on this year's Samsung smart TVs through the Apple TV app, while LG and Sony TVs will see support later in the year.

According to, users can resolve the problem by visiting on a desktop browser and logging in using their Apple ID user name and password. That means you'll first have to download the app on a device running iOS, iPadOS, macOS, or tvOS. The only catch - your new Apple device should have been bought after September 10 to be eligible for the free subscription.

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