Apple TV +, Apple’s new streaming service, has a confirmed release date and price for Brazil. From November 1st, users will be able to subscribe to the application for R $ 9.90 per month. The novelty was confirmed by dnetc, this Tuesday (10), during the launch event of the iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max, in California, in the United States.
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The price is lower than that charged by Apple in the United States, where the subscription to Apple TV Plus will cost US $ 4.99, equivalent to about R $ 16 in the quotation of the day. The company also offers seven days of free trial and allows you to share a single subscription with five other people. Those who buy a new iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, iPod Touch or Mac get a year of free streaming. The service was announced along with the Apple Arcade in March, but only now has its details revealed.
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In addition to access to the collection, subscribers can download content to watch offline. The service library can be accessed in the TV application, which comes pre-installed on the iPhone, iPad, Apple TV and iPod, and will be released soon for the Mac from the macOS Catalina update. The app will also be available on some Samsung smart TVs and media centers like Amazon Fire TV. You will also be able to watch on any computer through the website tv.apple.com.
The collection will include content licensed and produced by Apple itself. Among the original Apple films and series, nine will be made available immediately – “The Morning Show”, “Dickinson”, “See”, “For All Mankind” and “The Elephant Queen” are some of them – with the promise of new releases each month.
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The Apple TV + subscription has the same value as Amazon Prime, an Amazon service launched in Brazil on Tuesday (10). The program includes Prime Video’s streaming collection, as well as Prime Music, Prime Reading, Twitch Prime and free shipping on site purchases. Both compete with Netflix, which starts at R $ 21.90.