At its huge press occasion yesterday, Apple announced that its Television+ streaming service would price $4.99 per month and a launch date on November 1. But it’s supposed to be out there in additional than 100 nations, so what does that pricing appear like outdoors the United States?
The service will price $5.99 CAD ($4.54 US) in Canada, £4.99 ($6.15) in the United Kingdom, 4.99€ ($5.50) in the rest of Europe, A$7.99 ($5.48) in Australia, 600 JPY ($5.57) in Japan and INR 99 ($1.38) in India. That’s considerably less costly than Netflix or Disney+ across-the-board — even though in India, it’s nevertheless additional pricey than Disney-owned Hotstar.
And if that’s not inexpensive sufficient for you, you’ll also get a year of cost-free access when you buy choose Apple hardware.
The launch titles really should include “The Morning Show” (a drama set in the globe of morning Television and starring Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon and Steve Carrell) and “See” (a post-apocalyptic series starring Jason Momoa).