Watch out, Netflix.
Apple on Tuesday said its new video streaming service, Apple TV+, will cost just $4.99 a month — undercutting entertainment giant Disney, which rocked the boat earlier this year when it said it will sell its new streaming service for just $6.99 a month.
At its annual product event in Cupertino, Calif., Apple said its new TV service will be available in 100 countries and buyers of an iPhone, iPad or Mac will get a free year of streaming television service, the company announced.
Apple said TV+ will launch Nov. 1 and showed off trailers for upcoming shows, including the Jason Momoa-led “See.”
The Silicon Valley titan also announced a new 10.2-inch iPad with retina display and a beefed-up A10 Fusion chip.
The Apple Watch also received a refresh, with expanded health-tracking capabilities to include sleep-tracking features as well as better battery life. The Watch will be available in two new casing materials, ceramic and titanium.
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